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We had to save the good parts.
Good deal. The more F-body parts that can be saved, the better! That way, more F-bodies can be saved and that's the way it should be.
AC or non AC car?
Based off these photos, I would say this car was made from factory with A/C:
Now with that said, the A/C compressor doesn’t look correct.
Now the floorpan, does have my interest (not the frame rails or other items, just the pan) . . .
Just curious, what method(s) did you use to separate the body panels?
My 77 coupe has the V twin compressor, yet this 78 had the Sanden style. Go figure. It was all hooked up too. I have the lines. We used both a little plasma cutter and sawzaw. The roof is now hiding on the ceiling in my garage
Do I hear takers on the compressor or other motor parts? Engine is locked up. So I'll tear it down for someone to put it to use. Just throw a few bucks to Gator
Hello Mr. 6. I'm in search of a/c compressor mounting brackets, hardware, pulleys, etc to install aftermarket system on non ac car. 22" radiator fan shroud, fan to fit clutch drive also.
Only the Catholic school nuns called me mister.
We can pull the parts together and bring it to Carlisle. We trashed the firewall unfortunately. You could pull one from a dip/ m body. We have the brackets for the compressor, but not the condenser. The high pressure lines are here too. We can get it all together for you, just throw some cash at Gator (the member who had bought the car and put out his own money)
Thanks for the offer, are you in the Carlisle area? I'm not opposed to a road trip before then. Plan on driving the 79 cross county in mid Sept. and AZ pretty warm that time of year. Really only need compressor mount, engine pulley, clutch fan, and maybe radiator shroud since the classic air kits have all the other components for an under dash setup. But if it all comes as a package deal that's OK too.
That’s quite the trunk pan cut out!
Carlisle is the easiest. Shipping is getting way to expensive
Ok, If I don't find something else before then I'll be at Carlisle. Thanks.
Looking for the air vent housings and cables for the front both sides.
We have the duct work for the pass side as u see as well the pieces that cross over to the dr side and the windsheild vent
don't forget people can ship via greyhound bus lines
Except in Canada where they shut down a whole bunch of routes that were unprofitable.