TMCP #398: Vintage Air’s Rick Love – A/C Systems and Troubleshooting for Every Muscle Car; NPD’s Ask Rick – Tools That Sell, Toys that Don’t, and Fireworks on the 4th!

Happy 4th of July, 2019! This week our guest was Rick Love, the executive vice president of Vintage Air, manufacturer extraordinaire of cutting edge air conditioning retrofit products. Listen in to hear how and why they make everything – even their plastic – in house! Plus, hear what the NUMBER ONE issue that occurs after a Vintage Air installation (hint – it has to do with the way the system is charged).

TMCP 378: SEMA 2018 Show #4 – Nate Stacey: IMSA Roush Road Racer, Rick Love of Vintage Air, Heidts Suspension on Tri-5 Chevy’s, Will Baty of Centerforce Clutches, and Classic Recreations making BRAND NEW Boss and Mach 1 Mustangs!

This weeks installment is the fourth and last of our LIVE from the show floor episodes from SEMA 2018. This time Bernie and I talked to Stacey  of Roush Performance Road Racing, Todd Westberg of Heidts Suspensions, Rick Love from Vintage Air, Will Baty from Centerforce Clutches, and we learned about licenced BOSS and Mach 1 Mustangs with Jason Engal from Classic Recreations. It was a pretty great week!

TMCP #362: Rick Love, Vintage Air; Keeping it Cool with the Latest in A/C Technology in your Classic Car – NPD’s Ask Rick, The Business of Apprenticeship, Taxes, and Vintage Radios!

Our guest this week is once again Rick Love, the executive vice president of Vintage Air, the premier supplier of  automotive state of the art add on A/C systems. Rick recently completed the Hot Rod Power Tour and the MSRA Back to the Fifties Tour. The 32 Ford was equipped with Vintage Air’s Universal Gen II systems and rarely was set over medium and handled the Texas heat great.

TMCP #288: Rick Love, Vintage Air – Protecting Our Rights To Stay Cool!

This weeks interview is with Rick Love, Executive Vice President at Vintage Air, in San Antonio, Texas. Rick is a previous guest and great friend of the show episode 144. He is also not afraid to get his hands dirty and is very knowledgeable about classic cars and air conditioning. He is also very active with SEMA and he had a chance to tell me about a recent trip to Washington to help protect our off road racing and classic car rights.