..I'm curious too, and you'd think (with 1/4th of all mangustas made with in-dash AC) there should be a unit available somewhere....The first 300 cars used the IPRA heater box adapted from a Mini-Innocenti (and yes, the knob is same as Austin Mini..! probably also the heater core, maybe the fan, but not the fan motor). The Spanish Ayacsa AC box was made with probably US made Behr fan and the evaporator looks identical to what was used on 70-90's Alfa Spider...). But I have no idea about the system used on 8ma1100 and later. And a quick look at, well, just the dash of Maserati around the same time provides no hint...Lee
Bart, of all the pictures I've nabbed from every Goose on the internet, I don't have even a vague idea of how the AC fits in cars 8ma1100-1302...I'm even not clear what the single knob is, but I suppose;
- the single knob is an off/on/fan speed switch.
- the outlet of the evaporator are only the 2 vents in the dash.
- the heater outputs are only to the dash vents. toggle switch on the dash turns this off. I see early Panteras had a hot-water cutoff switch, but I think later Goose didn't even have the water valves in the engine bay. So the heater is always 'there,' even if the fan is not running.
If anybody knows of a Mangusta parts car, its a well kept secret....much less one of the last 100 cars. But a few have been converted to race cars, there must be original goose pieces somewhere. But if someone can provide a picture...its got to be easier...Lee
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