Re: Donor cars for a factory AC?
Good luck! Most of the other donor cars have long been scavenged, but the x-body cars were: Buick Apollo, Chevy Nova, Olds Omega, and Pontiac Ventura. What you really need are the brackets for the compressor, the wiring harness, the vacuum actuators and tank, and the suitcase halves. You are probably going to need to replace the rest of the stuff anyway. Everything is reproduced or rebuilt, but to buy it all will likely cost much, much more than a vintage air setup and will not cool as well. Unless it is an original car, I would go that route. I still had my original parts and it cost me $1,000 by the time I replaced the hoses, condenser, evaporator, expansion valve, and dryer then recharged.
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68RS/SS Convertible L48 (350/295 Powerglide)