<VV> Trunk Cooler
gjjs at att.net
Fri Aug 13 13:49:54 EDT 2010
A fellow Vair nut back in the 60's use to do that (remove cowel vent and fill
with ice) for longer summer trips.
Never tried it myself but he said it worked great.
From: Bill Hubbell <whubbell at cox.net>
To: "<bowtieguy at cox.net>" <bowtieguy at cox.net>
Cc: "virtualvairs at corvair.org" <virtualvairs at corvair.org>
Sent: Wed, August 11, 2010 5:43:37 PM
Subject: Re: <VV> Trunk Cooler
I thought about putting ice in the front cowl area so you would get cold air
blowing in the floor vents, but in the humid air of Tidewater, Virginia, that
wouldn't be much help. So my next thought was to fill the cowl with dry ice,
but I worry that it might freeze the brake lines. Any thoughts?
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On Aug 11, 2010, at 1:38 PM, <bowtieguy at cox.net> wrote:
> Maybe it is getting out of the trunk that is tougher than it used to be too.
> Has anyone ever filled the trunk with ice to use as air conditioning while
>traveling? It seems appropriate during these dog days of Hot August Nights?
> Bob Vukas
> bowtieguy at cox.net
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