IT'S FREAKING 40 DEGREES OUTSIDE ROLL DOWN THE WINDOW IF YOUR HOT!!!! JEEZ!!!! no seriously this is what i am looking into: http://www.hotrodair.com/they have a kit for a beetle but i have been looking and don't think it would be to hard to make it work on a bus.
From: Mike Selvey <sidecar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: Welcome! Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2006 21:48:48 -0600 Hi Mark- Yes, mine IS a "pop-top" Westy. I have seen the cool "bellows" design that puts a small AC unit above your cabin, and directs it thru the "cathedral" screen into the bus at night. Problem is, I can't run down the road with it hooked up like that! Mike Selvey Nacogdoches, TX '79 Westy (Santa Fe Edition) Mark Sawyer wrote: Is yours a pop-top Westy. I have seen people cut a hole thru from the cargo area and install a coleman roof A/C. Mike Selvey <sidecar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: Hi Mark- The A/C problem with my Westy is that the passengers are uncomfortable while RIDING to the destination. I've seen several nice setups for once you're stopped and camping, but that's (unfortunatetly) not the heart of my problem. Thanks anyway! Mike Selvey '79 Westy (Santa Fe Edition) Mark Sawyer wrote: We can show you ways of installing A/C in a bus!!!! I personally use a 5000 BTU household window unit in my Vanagon. Keeps it nice and cool.
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