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When I bought my car years ago, along with the car was an original A/C accessory kit. It is in the original GM boxes (2). The kit looks complete with all the lines, belts bolts etc. It has 1966 dates on the under dash unit, so I assume it will fit 1966/67.
My question is, what is this worth?? I will never install it on my car. I had planned on it staying with the car, but with times as tough as the are, I may try to sell it. Not sure yet. I have not seen any of these GM kits for sale to judge its value. Any ideas??? Thanks, Kurt
 

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Also depends on if it is Chevy II Nova specific like Novajoes is. The acc. kit could fit other models for those years. I have both evaps and the lines, controls, and entire back of it is different. The face plate is also different for the controls. They look the same overall but when you have them side by side you can see all the differences. Still worth alot though.
 

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One major problem is the system will be R-12.
And will need to be changed to R-134A.

Al
 

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Are you sure it's a factory A/C unit and not a dealer unit? big difference in looks and cost / value.

also, if it's is a factory unit, 66 has different knobs than 67.
 

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R12 is still available.
There are drop in replacements for r-12, 409a is a good one and only need about 80% of required charge do to pressure differences of R-12, Ive used this allot and very happy with it, also no need to change the oil, now this nos a/c system you have will still need to be gone through the comp seal is more than likely dry and needs to be change and who knows what else is wrong:no:
 
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