Yeah that's coolIt's less than a week since TMCG asked for them so I need to give him some more time.
If he doesn't want them or reply in the next week or so then I'll pm you about the price.
If he does I think I know of another pair that might be for sale but I'm not going to ask about them yet.
Is that OK?
The air comes out at face level.
Now that's Cool , where can you get another pair ?The fans are two-speed. The fans fit inside the sheet-steel ventilation ducts, behind the removable sheet-steel covers at either end close to the door pillars, held in place by self-tapping screws. One needs to drill holes in these covers for the fan wiring.
The air comes out of ALL the normal "fresh-air" vents, but at higher velocity. I devised a circuit for those I have retro-fitted to my 1973 VW Type 2 Westfalia Continental, so that they only function when the fresh-air flaps have been opened using the blue-knobbed dashboard levers which open the vent flaps behind the front grille.
1968~72 VW Type 2, dashboard, twin ventilation control-lever assembly, substituted in place of the single ventilation control-lever assembly, in my British specification, 1973 VW "1600" Type 2 campervan. This allows me to independently control the opening, of the left-hand and right-hand, ventilation flaps.
Also shown, are two white nylon spacers, with ¼ inch earth terminal, on the dashboard, ventilation control-lever, spindle bracket, which fits behind the instrument panel. These provide the earth, for my intra-duct ventilation fans, so the fans will only operate, when the front ventilation flaps are open.
Shown at the bottom of the picture are views from both sides, of a white nylon spacer, with rivited brass, ¼ inch (i.e. 6·3 mm) blade, earth terminal, found on the dashboard, control-lever, spindle bracket, which fits behind the instrument panel. This provides the switch-current ground, for the relay of the stock, factory-fitted, heater-booster fan (located in the engine compartment), of the 1972~79 VW 17/18/2000 Type 2. It acts as the fan switch, when the flaps on the exhaust heat exchangers are opened.
This type of spacer, is NOT found on the 1968~79 VW 1600 Type 2, but can be retro-fitted, if desired, as I have done, on my 1973 VW 1600 Type 2; both for my retro-fitted heater booster fan and the intra-duct, ventilation booster fans.
This is the dashboard-mounted, double-throw, rotary switch (VW Part No. 211 959 511 A) associated with the pair of two-speed, intra-duct ventilation fans (VW Part No. 211 959 113 E) which fit inside the 1968~79 VW Type 2, ventilation ducts, behind the inspection covers, beneath the dashboard, in the cab.
These intra-duct, two-speed, ventilation booster-fans (VW Part No. 211 959 113 E), known to some in North America as "ambulance fans", fit behind the inspection plates, inside the ventilation ducts, in the cab, above the kickboards and beneath the dashboard.
They are operated by an associated, dashboard-mounted, double-throw rotary switch (VW Part No. 211 959 511 A).
1968~79 VW Type 2 cab-duct "ambulance-fans" modified electrical circuit
Now that's Cool , where can you get another pair ?
Thanks Naskeet , I could do with the fans . Might have a look at engineering some .
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