When we left you last (Installing a Vintage Air Heater with a Stewart-Warner 781 Heater) we had gutted our vintage Stewart-Warner 781 South Wind heater and converted it to a hot air distribution box and a great looking control panel for our Vintage Air Gen II Heater (PN 506101) with defrost unit. The Vintage Air unit would be mounted up behind the original glovebox while the Stewart-Warner unit would mount the controls and distribute some of the hot air. The Vintage Air heater is a very compact unit with the ability to distribute a large quantity of hot air to the defroster, direct to the floor or blend hot air distribution to both defroster and floor, much like the heater in your modern car. With three fan settings the unit has the ability to provide warmth on a cool day in an open car. We began this part of the project by disconnecting the battery. Mounting the unit involves some basic fabrication skills. The Vintage Air unit has a mounting plate with four holes attached to the unit. You will notice there is a thin layer of foam rubber between that plate and the actual heater, which prevents vibration being transferred to the car. To mount the unit up high on the inside of the...