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    Senior Member Soterik's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Uhhh... A/C is our wheel house and we do it exceptionally well.


    Not only will it work; it will freeze the Mrs out.
    I think that having the factory A/C will be a benefit to the sale, particularly if it works. Did you do the ones in Duane Hyatts cars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Uhhh... A/C is our wheel house and we do it exceptionally well.

    Not only will it work; it will freeze the Mrs out.
    Well then, definitely fix it ! ;-) In that case it's a plus !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    I think that having the factory A/C will be a benefit to the sale, particularly if it works. Did you do the ones in Duane Hyatts cars?
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    Thanks Eric.

    Yes; we did Duane's A/C and the rest of his mechanicals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Thanks Eric.

    Yes; we did Duane's A/C and the rest of his mechanicals.
    Ahh... good to know, Duane was very complimentary on the work, particularly on his COOOOOLLLLLD A/C!
    Auto Foreign will re-open at the LA Lit meet
    And! We will be having a SALE at the Lit Meet and Swap meet only!
    Come see us for our "re-opening"!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg D. View Post
    Well then, definitely fix it ! ;-) In that case it's a plus !!!
    Agree - put it back on, fix it, whatever. I am considering getting a/c installed on my 71 so the Mrs will actually ride with me - then again...

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    I'll just leave this here. Non-invasive, no body mods, half the weight and uses less than 1 HP.

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    Dealer installed? I say pull it, fix the gaping wounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Uhhh... A/C is our wheel house and we do it exceptionally well.
    Do you use R12 in the old systems?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom F. View Post
    Do you use R12 in the old systems?
    Definitely.
    R134a doesn't come close. Been hoarding R12 for years.


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