First pics of new 911 A/C Blower Unit

We're delighted to share the first pics of the completed Classic Retrofit air conditioning blower unit, part of our Electrocooler A/C system for vintage Porsche 911s. We're sharing the pics for all of those who had faith and ordered one of our initial production run - the kits will start shipping in the next fortnight as per previous emails.

Note the finished end caps in vacuum moulded plastic, manufactured in the UK by our good friends and fellow Porsche parts suppliers at EB Engineering. It has been great to work with EB and the association will continue, with more projects coming.

"I’m pretty chuffed with how the unit has turned out. It has a certain factory feel about it," says Jonny. "I like to approach problems from a different angle so there is always an element of risk. When you have taken a risk and you get a good result, as with these wonderful blower assemblies, you get a big buzz in return. This is all very exciting for me: I can't wait to start sending them out to customers and getting peoples' feedback."

These units are SOLD OUT until our next production run: no units are currently available. We are now building the waiting list for production run two - email info@classicretrofit.com to go on our books.

Classic Retrofit a/c systems for vintage Porsche 911 models up to 1989 cost £2995 plus VAT where applicable. We will take a deposit up front to secure the order and the balance when shipping dates are confirmed. Email us to discuss.

About the author

John Glynn is a classic Porsche enthusiast, journalist and community leader. Founder of the impactbumpers.com group and online forum, John owns three classic Porsche models as part of a larger collection of classic cars and motorcycles. 

John has worked as a classic Porsche journalist since the purchase of his first 911 in 2003. John's blog at ferdinandmagazine.com is one of the internet's most popular Porsche blogs. Read his monthly column in GT Porsche magazine or visit his site at porschevaluations.com for help with classic Porsche agreed insurance valuations.

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