By naterisch
09/04/2017
Last week I provided an overview of air-conditioning retrofit in general, and of what I expected the process to be with my Euro ’79 635CSi in particular. I said that the first and easiest step is to procure and mount the compressor. I also hinted that, for vintage applications, that’s not as easy as it used to be. Here’s why.
By naterisch
08/27/2017
The sad truth is that in this country, you don’t have to know how to drive in order to get a driver’s license. When I got my license, I had to pass a written test to prove that I knew the rules of the road and what traffic signs meant.
By naterisch
08/27/2017
Okay, here we go. This will be the start of a long drive. Strap in. Maybe order some take-out first. Three years ago, I went to Southeast Sharkfest for the first time.
By naterisch
08/21/2017
“Ah, Monterey—where the Ferraris are as common as the people who drive them.” That was actually a line from my friend George Goad about Monaco, but I like to drop it into conversations during Monterey week."
By naterisch
08/21/2017
It’s hard for me to believe that it’s been eighteen years since my series of columns entitled “Conditioning The Coupe (Part XX of 700)” ran in Roundel. In those columns, I described the from-scratch retrofit of air-conditioning into my 1973 3.0CSi.

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