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Old 07-15-2012, 02:05 PM   #1
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Fox A/C setup

Selling a complete working A/C setup off a 1990 vert. Blew ice cold before I pulled the motor out.

Included is:
Compressor
Condensor
Accumulator
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Evaporator core

$200

Pm with address for shipping quote. Buyer will pay shipping, I will probably ship multiple boxes to reduce cost.
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Old 08-06-2012, 11:03 PM   #3
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Still have this sitting in the back of my shop. Would like to see it used rather than end up getting scrapped.

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r12 or is it converted to r134?
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:36 AM   #5
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I'm not sure to be honest. I just know it blew cold before I pulled the motor out to put the lsx in.

I'm guessing it's still R12, which any shop (or anyone with an EPA Certification) can still get under 20lbs. Honestly, I would never convert an older car because it's just not worth it cost wise.
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It's actually cheaper to convert than to buy R12
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The only reason this is true is because you can purchase r134a at any local auto parts store. The actual cost to convert an old system, vs. just refilling it with R12 is not cheaper.
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Flush the system, change the dryer and oriface, install adapter fittings, oil and charge. $125 worth of materials and conversion is done. GLWS. Free bump for you.

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Still have this, will part out of need be. Everything works perfectly. Convert to 134a, or just fill with R12.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:00 PM   #10
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Good working compressor - $75 shipped ($190-230 new)
Accumulator with line - $30 shipped ($90 new)
Evaporator core - $50 shipped ($100-$115 new)
Condensor - $50 shipped ($100-130 new) (oversized shipping on my end)

Would really like this stuff gone before I scrap it for it's metal value.
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Bump. I know someone needs to get their A/C working again!
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I'll offer you $140 shipped to 43211 for the complete, working top to bottom A/C set up.

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