If you’re looking for a way to cool down in your Nova this Summer, you might want to take a closer look at the offerings from Vintage Air. After all, they’re the leaders in modern cooling for classic hot rods, trucks and especially muscle cars. They’ve been doing it for so long, that there’s a need for replacement components.
Just today, they’ve formally announced a replacement control panel for their ’66-67 Chevy Nova head unit.
VINTAGE AIR RELEASES BOLT-IN REPLACEMENT CONTROL PANEL FOR 1966-67 CHEVROLET NOVA
Made from billet aluminum, the new control panel operates Gen IV systems, has LED backlighting and is available in two finish options.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Vintage Air, the leading manufacturer of complete performance air conditioning systems for classics, trucks, hot rods and street rods, has announced the release of its new bolt-in replacement control panel for 1966-67 Chevrolet Nova. The control panels are designed to replace the factory controls and operate Vintage Air Gen IV systems.
On classic cars and trucks, factory control panels are often worn from years of use or simply not the best match for an updated interior theme. For Chevy Nova owners, the new Vintage Air bolt-in control panel upgrades the functionality of their climate control system and improves the look of their dash. Machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum, the control panel features LED backlighting, an A/C mode indicator and variable slide adjustments for fan speed, temperature and air delivery.
The Vintage Air 1966-67 Chevrolet Nova Replacement Control Panel is available in two finishes: machined finish bezel (part #473271) or black-anodized bezel (part #473272). The panel mounts in the OEM dash and includes new mounting hardware and a wiring harness.
Vintage Air systems are made in the USA, include all parts necessary for a complete installation and are backed by a three-year warranty. For more information on Vintage Air’s replacement control panels or other products, visit VintageAir.com or call 1-800-862-6658.
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.