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Hey Guys:
I have a 68 Camaro Coupe with numbers matching 327. All restored. Fixing to sell it. I never put the AC back on the car when I restored it. I have a new POA valve, AC brackets, condensor, but need to get a new compressor, drier, hoses, etc.etc.. Probably run about $400-$500 to get all of the stuff to hook up the AC on the car.
Question is, will adding the AC back on the car "add" that much to the selling price in your opinion or not?? It is an original AC car. Engine does have some upgrades like Eldebrock intake, polished holley carb, billet valve covers and breather, etc.etc. and probaby looks better visually without the AC stuff on the engine, but I want to get the most I can out of the car price wise.
What ya think ???
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Ken
 

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I would rather have the AC on the car if I was buying. If you decide not to put it back on, put the parts in the trunk so the new owner can install them.:yes:
 
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