Classic Auto Air Daily Driver Air Conditioning System With Uncoated Compressor R134-A For Use With Generator 260/289 1964-1/2

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Classic Auto Air Daily Driver Air Conditioning System With Uncoated Compressor R134-A For Use With Generator 260/289 1964-1/2
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Product Description

Classic Auto Air R134-A Daily Driver A/C System with an Uncoated Compressor for 1964-1/2 Mustangs with a 260 or 289 Engine and Generator.

This A/C system is designed for use with the more modern and environmentally friendly 134-A refrigerant. The Daily Driver system is a less expensive, high performance version of a factory original air system. It is by far one of the most popular A/C systems on the market today. The very attractive hi-output underdash unit and a state of the art Sanden style rotatory compressor are supplied in place of the original style components. The rotatory compressor has a continuous duty rating of 6,000 Rpm, requiring an insignificant amount of power to turn.

Please specify the following information during checkout:
- Does your car have power steering?
- What engine year and displacement are you using?
- How many belt grooves do you have on your crankshaft pulley?
- How many bolt holes does your crankshaft pulley have?
- What diameter is your water pump pulley?


Please note: Classic Auto Air's Air Conditioning Systems are custom made to your specific application and are not returnable. Please allow 3-5 weeks for delivery.

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What do you mean by Crank Shaft belt groves and crank shaft bolts? How do I determine these? 

Asked by: bubbainbuford
You need to look at the crankshaft pulley to see how many belt grooves it has, and how many bolt holes it has.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-06-08

I have a 1966 coupe that came with a inline 6. Some one installed a V8, Will this model work?

Asked by: Dave7161
Yes, it should work fine provided you have a 260 or 289.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-06-07
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