A/C, Heat and Defrost. For non factory air & factory air vehicles
This model specific Perfect Fit ELITE™ system allows you to retrofit an original, standard, 1967 Camaro with full air-conditioning. Our system is engineered specifically to use the original 1967 Camaro heater or air conditioning controls using our simple EZ Cable integrators and EZ Wire system. The new fully electric Perfect Fit ELITE™ system uses our ECU to allow infinite adjustability over all modes, providing you with powerful air conditioning, heat on the floor, and dehumidified defrost. The air conditioning connects to new supplied vents and the defrost connects to new supplied defrost diffusers.
For those of you that have a factory heat-only 1967 Chevy Camaro are in for a treat. Classic Auto Air has specifically engineered a Model-Specific Perfect Fit system. What does that mean? It means that you can take your 1967 Chevy Camaro to full climate control now. Pretty sweet.
Classic Auto Air’s new D.E.R. (Direct Electronic Replacement) Controlsfor 1969 Camaros and 1970-72 Chevelles provide fully electric operation for your Perfect Fit Elite air-conditioning system. The 100% aluminum controls bolt into the factory location of your outdated cable operated controls, giving you plug-and-play convenience. They are backlit for night driving.
We have three new additions to our line of easy-to-install conversion kits to make your vintage ride’s A/C system work better and look better under the hood. 1989 – 92 Camaro owners can now enjoy the benefits of Classic Auto Air’s custom upgrade kits for compressors and engine compartments.
This email inquiry from a ’69 Camaro owner refers to a retrofit we perform on an almost-daily basis.
I’m building a ’69 Camaro with no A/C and an injected LS1 engine. I like the idea of adding your Perfect Fit System but wonder what I would have to do to make it work in my case. I have to mount the compressor high on the passenger side and the harness is set up with the all the A/C wiring going to the PCM. Have you done a retrofit like this before?
This email from a ’74 Camaro owner is a good example of the many different alterations we can accommodate when converting a factory air car to CAA air conditioning.
I am interested in upgrading my A/C system with your complete kit. The kit description states it is for cars without factory air. Mine has the original factory air. Will this work? If so, is there enough room under the dash for the dryer, evaporator, and blower so I can eliminate the heater box in the engine compartment? Do you carry a plate to cover this opening from the eliminated engine heater box? I also want to reverse the alternator and A/C compressor. Do you have the correct brackets to do this? What about an electric fan?