Beginning under the hood, this photo shows our compressor mounted down low in a position normally occupied by the smog pump (see arrow). Remember, this engine is a new 302 with late-model bracketry and accessory drive. Because the '64-model car won't require smog equipment and the stock 5.0 Mustang compressor worked out so well in this location, it was decided this was the way to go. We used a factory manifold at the rear of the compressor, and spliced our Vintage Air lines into the factory lines leading out of the compressor when the time came. We had an air-conditioning shop complete the crimps for all of our lines at once. One advantage of the serpentine drive is that there is no need to have the compressor moveable because belt tension is adjusted elsewhere for the whole front dress.