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  1. bluefury361

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    I have two used A/C condensers. Both removed from 1969 Chrysler 300's. Both tested and hold pressure. I would guess they will cross over to all 69/70 C body's and perhaps additional years and models. But you should verify that.

    $65.00 each plus whatever it takes to ship them to you. (I could deliver to the Music City show or the Ocala show).


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    Any idea if these fit a Factory A/C 1968 Newport?
    Or are the 68 and 69 condensors different?
     
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    I'm pretty sure most C body condensers will interchange. 69 to at least 72 will swap, 66 through 68 should also. Someone here will know better than me.
     
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    The lines route differently slab to fusey so I'd think the condenser is different
     
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    Thank you. It would seem that as similar as the under hood area is between the years that lines could interchange or be custom made to swap the condensers between them. Just saying.
     
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    1969 Chrysler .....
    Does anyone have a picture of a 66/67/68 condenser?


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    Here are pictures of my 68 Plymouth Sport Suburban wagon with 383 HP engine with factory 26 in radiator with air conditioning.
    It measures 24 in wide x 16 in high the passenger side on the bottom has a notch of approx 3 x 3 inches.

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    This is a 68 Newport condensor for reference. IMG_20200811_221048.jpg

    Looks like the connections are indeed different
     
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    metalmarty's pictures of his a/c condensor are the same as mine in my 68 Plymouth Sport Suburban maybe all 68 c-bodies use the same one.
     
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    they likely did. 69-71 C bodys all cross over to. Looks like the only difference is the connection at the receiver dryer end. Easy to fab a line there.
     
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