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70 Chevelle A/c Unit on


Elizabethville, Pennsylvania, United States

Elizabethville, Pennsylvania, United States

I took out the original non working a/c from my 70 Chevelle in order to install Vintage air. What is missing from this system is the compressor, the hoses and some misc. under hood wires. The engine firewall unit appeared complete and so did the under dash unit. The Dash operator appeared complete and the hoses are all still color coded and in nice shape. I am pricing this unit cheap in order to help other Chevelle owners out in the restorations. Since I never saw it ran I have zero guarantees on anything. You can also pick up if you choose too as shipping may be expensive, another reason the price is low. NO MATTER WHAT SHIPPING PRICE EBAY HAS IT WILL ONLY BE SHIPPED BY LOCATION AND WEIGHT! PICK UP IS WELCOME!

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