The dedicated team at CAA shares your passion for classic cars. We repair and restore them on week-ends and some of us even drive our own vintage cars to work now and then. A while back, we thought it might be fun to profile the folks taking your calls and answering questions about how to best cool your classic ride. With this in mind, we offer our first monthly installment of “Meet The Classic Auto Team”. (more…)
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Annual August speed trials at the Bonneville Salt Flats (BSF) in Utah have involved every imaginable type of vehicle, from hot rods to jet cars, electric cars and motorcycles. In addition to just being cool to watch, these time trials and racing efforts have been a proving ground for new technological achievements in power plants, composite materials and aerodynamics. Although August Speed trials may seem like a permanent fixture on the racing enthusiast’s calendar, imagine how bummed you would be if the summer came and went without time trials. Unfortunately, unless things change soon, the time trials may become a thing of the past.
Team members at our Texas facility gathered on February 22, 2011 to celebrate the launch of our Elite™ air conditioning system for the 1964 1/2 , 1965 and 1966 Mustang. Our new Elite system is a total redesign of the CAA aftermarket AC kit system and shows the new face of Classic Auto Air. (more…)
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From Mopar maniac Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s custom cooled 1972 Dodge Charger to Sammy Haggar’s hot on the outside – cool on the inside Red Rocker to A.J.’s (AKA Adrienne Janic) CAA-cooled Firebird – we have clips galore on Classic Auto Air’s You Tube Channel. For instance, you can watch AJ in this 3-parter gets a cool ’69 Pontiac Firebird custom build by Year One on Hot Rod TV. Of course, we’re showing the clip because her custom build project includes air conditioning for her ’69 Firebird provided by none other than Classic Auto Air.
Thanks to your demand, we’ve run out of space and had to move from our Richland Hills, Texas facility to a new, larger facility in Grapevine, TX.
Pretty often, well, OK twice a week, we get a call from a local car club that is holding a swap meet or gathering. And they’ll ask: “Hey, do you have any Classic Auto Air stuff that we might include in goody bags?”
Classic Auto Air has launched a blog. We are planning to use this space to answer customer questions and fill you in on product updates. We’ll also tell you about cool media coverage of installations of our air conditioning systems for vintage cars, fill you in on car shows we plan to attend and whatever else we think is helpful or fun about CAA.