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Re: 64 Rampside
Posted by: ac1948 ()
Date: December 02, 2017 08:55AM

Tim, here are the pics of heater delete plates in eng. compartment and floor board. Will get lower ones later. Jerry

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Re: 64 Rampside
Posted by: Pedigo ()
Date: December 02, 2017 08:58AM

I love that uncut (but perforated,just in case) floor mat!
That's a cool feature.

Oregon City,Oregon
'61 Loadside
'62 8-door Corvan
'63 Greenbrier Deluxe

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Re: 64 Rampside
Posted by: Timothy Shortle ()
Date: December 02, 2017 11:24AM

Thank you Jerry. I like em. I see the engine compartment parts are the same as a gas heater equipped vehicle (probably not 1960 though).
I am sure not many vehicles like that were sold here in Colorado.

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Re: 64 Rampside
Posted by: Vern in Bend ()
Date: December 02, 2017 04:50PM

There should be a block-off plate under the rubber mat at the perforations, (defrost air) and another in the center front of the 'seat riser' (cab air).

I had to make those when I converted my FCs from air to gas heat.

Regards, Vern

Bend, Oregon

'64 Corvan, daily driver - 42 years
'64 Rampside, personal driver - 24 years
'67 Monza Cpe, original owner - 33k miles
'80 Vanagon, converting to Corvair power, "VanaVair"
'81 Vanagon high-top panel van

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Re: 64 Rampside
Posted by: Pedigo ()
Date: December 02, 2017 05:11PM

I can only imagine how sweet it might be,to install new right/front shocks.ggg

Oregon City,Oregon
'61 Loadside
'62 8-door Corvan
'63 Greenbrier Deluxe

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Re: 64 Rampside
Posted by: Vern in Bend ()
Date: December 02, 2017 08:03PM

I don't recall it being difficult to remove/replace that air duct (when my FC's had them) in order to change the shock, and I did do that.

BTW, the assembly manual shows all of the covers that would be used for heater delete - even has the part #'s for them, and shows where to put a 'sealing' bolt into holes that would be open to the outside if not used to mount a heater part. In my '64 manual they are on pages in the 90's.

Regards, Vern

Bend, Oregon

'64 Corvan, daily driver - 42 years
'64 Rampside, personal driver - 24 years
'67 Monza Cpe, original owner - 33k miles
'80 Vanagon, converting to Corvair power, "VanaVair"
'81 Vanagon high-top panel van

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