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Thread: WTB: correct fan motor for '69 forward a/c condenser

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    WTB: correct fan motor for '69 forward a/c condenser

    Looking for correct fan motor for forward a/c condenser for '69 911.
    Also need all correct brackets. Also maybe compressors front and rear.
    E-mail and pm's are ok. Located in socal.
    Thanks

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    Frank,

    Fender or trunk version?
    Please post an image of what you're looking for. '69 is a red-headed step child and I haven't seen consensus on which front condenser Behr used.


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