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Ronnie's.930 Ronnie's.930 is offline
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Rockwall, Texas
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Steve, one other thing I want to mention is that if putting a/c in your car becomes a goal, it can be done regardless of whether or not it originally came with factory a/c. Depending on your level of experience, and/or your tolerance for from-scratch, project headaches, you could assemble and install a complete a/c system in piecemeal fashion, or you could even buy a complete kit from a shop like Retroair here in the DFW area. I see they even have kits for 911s that did not originally come with a/c.

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Jim, I got lucky when I bought my 1987 back in 2006 as I did not know anything about the differences in the a/c ducting between older and later models back then (all I knew was that it had functioning a/c but that I would need to modify it quite a bit to suit me).

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