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Anyone ever retrofit A/C into a 72 Coup. I image the under dash and fire wall ducting make this rather difficult, not to mention finding many parts and the dash bezel outlet ( in place of the little box. Anyone write a manuel on this procedure (e.g. parts list). This appears to be a very difficult to me. Low priority, but nice to dream about.

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I've converted a non-A/C '72 to one with air and it turned out rather straight forward and virtually indistinguishable from factory. Yes you need EVERYTHING from an A/C car. Note the shape of the opening in the firewall and duplicate it on yours. The only trouble I encountered was the A/C chassis had an extra tab on the underside of the cowl to mount the plenum, but with out it the other attaching points have held up well.

Tom Kubler, Long-time Mustang Enthusiast & San Antonio Mustang Club Founder
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