Vintage air removal

Discussion in '1970 - 1973 Specific' started by gpm6367, Jun 17, 2019.

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    gpm6367 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    That’s brilliant...
     
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    gpm6367 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Officially looking for a 1970 Camaro owner who wants a used vintage air system and will discount for all your original heater only parts that you will remove. Good deal for all.
     
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    Not committing to anything but I have a real 1971 Z28, rotissiere restored, that I might want to put AC into. All the factory heat/defrost and outside air parts function. I have no idea if 70 and 71 are the same parts. I'm in Knoxville Tennessee.
     
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    At the risk of sounding judgmental, why? A rotisserie restored Z28? If for no other reason than to devalue car I would be reluctant, but obviously your call.

    As soon as I can get refrigerant recaptured I am yanking entire system and will lay out and photograph.

    I doubt the heater equipment from 70 to 71 would vary. Anyone know for sure?
     
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    My car is a mild resto mod. Original Muncie is long gone, replaced with a TKO600 5speed. 4 wheel disc brakes, upgraded suspension, steering box, electric fan from a Taurus, etc. Short block is the factory/dealer replacement when original blew up. Although I'm still on the fence about adding A/C to it, would have been nice to have during the Hot Rod Power Tour last month. I modernized and up dated car for today's environment so I could drive it. Aluminum heads, modern cam, electronic ignition are all things I wouldn't go back to 1971 for.
     
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    gpm6367 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    That actually makes sense. If interested let me know.
     
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    HVAC system is identical from 70 to 71.
     
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    For my knowledge.
    Whats the difference between the 70-73 non AC/ heat only stuff?
     

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