Defrost Duct Hose Set (2) Cloth 1967 1972 Chevy Truck [50-7206c] on 2040-parts.com
Fort Worth, Texas, US
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Defrost Duct Hose Set (2) Cloth 1967 1972 Chevy Truck [50-7206C]
Old Air Products has been in business since 1989. We strive to provide quality parts and unsurpassed customer service. Our company specializes in complete aftermarket A/C and Heater Systems and Factory Replacement A/C & Heater Parts for Antique, Classic, and Custom Vehicles. We have many NOS & NORS parts in stock including Heater Valves, Receiver/Driers, Cables, update kits for STV & POA Valves, A/C Hose Assemblies, Vacuum Valves and Electrical Switches.
If you have any questions about this item please contact our sales/technical support department at 817-531-2665 or for our other A/C & Heater systems and parts available for antique and classic vehicles.
Old Air Products
1201 Forum Way South
Fort Worth TX 76140
Phone 817-531-2665 FAX 817-531-3257
Business Hours - 8:30AM to 5:00PM (Central Time)
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Thu, 01 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700
We have no shortage of ideas here in the United States about how to power our cars. We’ve seen gasoline and electricity, and we’ve heard about fuel cells powered by water. The nuclear option is the only thing left to discuss.
Tue, 07 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
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Sun, 13 Jan 2008 00:00:00 -0800
By Ben Pulman
First Official Pictures
13 January 2008 10:47
Mazda’s facelifted RX-8 arrived at the Detroit Motor Show, and it’s more of a mild nip and tuck than a drastic overhaul. Mazda hasn’t suddenly dropped in a V6 or anything like that – so far over 165,000 rotary-engined RX-8s have been sold and Mazda doesn’t want to mess with a recipe that works. That means it’s still a four-door, four seater with 'Freestyle' (suicide to you and me) doors, and a unchanged 1.3-litre turbine engine available in 189bhp and 228bhp states of tune.