Well we just got done with my AC install in the 63 Pickup!!! Heres a step by step picture procedure on what itll take 1st off youll need 500.00+ shipping for you AC kit from www.luckysrodandkustom.com ask for your HAMB discount and save. they have different sizes and prices for different models. see site for more info 2nd youll need to hire your own AC man or hire mine. He works cheap and even when he complains he mumbles and talks so low you wont even hear him. Prices subject to change. He is seasonal!! $100.00-$300.00. Sure I could do it myself. But I have a business to run and Im fucking lazy 3rd Kiss the UPS man and start sorting out your gear. taking pictures and day dreaming of a really COOL ride. 4th Youll need a hose crimping kit for your lines. They run approx $200.00 or rent mine. kit include a simple wiring diagram and pretty picture to follow for us slow readers. Includes R134 amounts and such Fittings and barbs for your lines Condenser laid out and stacked onto the Radiator and Trans cooler. My did not include the zip tie mounting kit but they are cheap and at every auto parts store Small Block Chevy Compressor Mount and Compressor Mounted Condenser mounted and radiator reinstalled. AC lines being installed and run out to the Compressor. Minor cutting on the Radiator support to run the hoses through Drier Installed and System wired. We wired the system through a relay (not supplied) and wired the electric fan motor (not supplied) to switch on when the system was turned on. Pulling all the air through the condenser possible. AC handler and Evaporator box installed and cooling my hot sweaty Florida nuts down!!! NOTE you will need to vacuum your system down and charge the system with R134 Not included They system seems to work great!! I have NOT been on a road test. But that will only make it cool quicker and colder. I have only the electric fan pulling air and the temp was down to 60 degrees in minutes!!! After lunch we will leak test it again and shes coming home tonight after work for a road test!! I will give my final opinion soon after a couple of weeks of living the cool life!!! Great Job Luckys Rod and Kustom!!!