i tough you guy's might be interested in a small up-date
Between building a 9'x5' utility trailer for a guy and trying to fix my old baby bronco for this winter, I manage to work on the interior of the truck. I have done both heater systems
I wanted to use the donor F150 system but it was too bulky to fit the doghouse cover, I decided to scratch built both of them.
Here a picture of the rear unit (shown upside down)
in this one you can see (NO its not a new hood scoop!) the outlet that will direct hot air to the rear window, notice I used the F150 driver side louver panel
Unfortunately at this time I don’t have picture of the front unit, all I can say is I tested the defrost duct system and it blow as much as a leaf blower units, I should not have window fogging or freezing problem. This was my biggest worry, in Quebec we seen to have more freezing rain storm than ever, and with the size and with the vertical position of the windshields I was worry about window freezing on the highway.
Here picture of the almost finish interior
right now I will be concentrating on my old BroncoII,
I have to remove the engine and replace it with a spare I have (its been plague by the famous lifter noise problem) also my torque converted need to be replace, I have to rev the engine to 4500rpm to move the truck around
HO btw, I was approached by Morris Rothfeldt Editor of Bronco Driver Magazine he wanted to do an article about the truck, I send him about 900 picture and 5 page of description of what was done. it will be a 2 part article, there should be something in the next issues