I have been looking at a/c for my 67 ss/rs. I will probably be buying a brand called "Vintage Air". Hot Rod shops use them because thy're built for higher HP motors. Check with a local shop. They should be able to look at your car and order all the parts. They can install or you can--from what I've heard, the install support is good. This may not be your style if you're set on looking for parts from older cars.
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by CarlC: 68-72 Novas are great donor cars and the stuff is usually cheap.
Thanks for the info - found an a/c system out of a 73 Camaro. The reason I'm using factory a/c is I'm running a unibelt pulley system from a 88 Z-28 that utilizes the small Harrison rotary compressor, also using wiring, evaporator from 88 Z-28. Just needed the housing for the evaporator and fan. Has fit pretty good so far, small amounts of fabrication, will let you know details when finished.
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