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    FS: NIB York A/C Compressor

    The box looks like crap but the compressor is just fine. Shipping via UPS will be at buyer's expense. The price will be what ever the shipping is X 2.
    Example: Shipping $28.00 plus $28.00 for the part. Total $54.00
    Hint: Shipping to a place of business is cheaper than shipping to a residence.
    Note: I too busy throwing crap away to stop and look up UPS shipping to your location, so don't ask. Anybody can do it themselves.

    Ciao

    Jim
    Still finding stuff hidden for years right under my nose
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    I'll take this, Jim.

    Thanks. JP

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    I'll take this, Jim.

    Thanks. JP
    Thanks John

    Shipping was $22.56 for a grand total of $45.12. I'm pretty sure that you have my paypal address already.

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    Jim

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    You do know thatís for a 914, right?

    Rotolock fittings.



    Those compressors were the cause of many a dropped valve seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    You do know that’s for a 914, right?

    Rotolock fittings.



    Those compressors were the cause of many a dropped valve seat.
    Do you mean I screwed John out of $22.56? John has until Monday at 4:00PM PDT to quash the deal. I'm so embarrassed! I should have known better.

    Humbly

    Jim

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    I pay full boat retail for a clapped out old fuel pump and John gets the deal of the week.

    Figures.

    The good news for John is that should be a 206 which works MUCH BETTER on a 911 but the head will need to be changed to flange style. The original Behr 210 York was WAY too big for the 911 condenser area.


    What’s the part number Jim?

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    Sorry Frank. No part number other than the tag on the compressor. If John doesn't want it, I'll gladly send it to you. Thanks for the info.

    Ciao

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    All good guys, thanks.

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    R209...

    If you think compression is high on a 69 911S, wait til you turn this baby over fully charged.

    Cool piece though. I would have bought it just to display in my Porsche Air Conditioning museum.

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