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Okay, you're old fashioned but, then, so am I.
Absulutely. You always want to follow Klaus' advice. No exceptions!I once owned a 1969 Volkswagen Beetle that had dealer installed A/C. Klaus, my mechanic thought it was horrible that someone would do this. " "Dis car should NOT haf air conditioning!"
If I was going 65 MPH down the freeway and the compressor engaged it would slow the car down by at least 5MPH. When it disengaged, the car would speed back up!
I think Klaus was right.
Refrigeratoresque!? Must have come standard with A/C, dark tinted windows and white enamel paint.I kinda like it...I thought the '65 intermediate Dodges and Plymouths made nice transitional cars...not as weird and offbeat as the '62-64 models, but not as boxy and refrigeratoresque as the '66-67 models.
Perfect for a two-car household; a coupe and a sedan!Two for the price of one! A rare bird missing most of its feathers.