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Is there any way of keeping warm in a classic car with no heater?

My son bought his dream car, a Morris Traveller. He has no garage but can have it winter stored. His thoughts about this are the poor heater in the Moggy. As a result, he will need a "reliable" banger. Is there an alternative such as a mobile heater to quickly defrost and heat up a car?

Asked on 21 November 2019 by Mr. Flostie

Answered by Keith Moody
There's good and bad news, I'm afraid. Yes, you can get portable car heaters - but they mostly run off a 12v 'cigarette lighter' socket. This is a fairly easy upgrade, though, if you choose to go that route. Alternatively, you can also invest in a jump starter pack (not a bad idea) with a 12v socket to run the heater.
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