Just because your Bronco is a classic doesn’t mean you can't add some modern touches. Even with the top off, your Bronco
can still get hot in the sun. An air conditioning system from Classic Auto Air can make those hot summer days bearable.
These systems also have heating and defrost so you can stay warm and safe in the cold.
Along with keeping the cabin nice and cozy, making sure the engine stays cool is critical. An upgraded cooling fan from
Flex-A-Lite or Mishimoto will prevent your engine from overheating. Make sure you're topped up with coolant, oil, and
other fluids with Edelbrock temperature sensors.
If you’re planning on swapping to a larger engine, a new radiator can help keep up with the added performance.
Aftermarket radiators are lighter and have more cooling fins for better heat reduction. When upgrading your Bronco’s
heating and cooling, you may want to check out electrical and wiring parts or interior upgrades as well.