Looking for original A/C unit for 72 CSI

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    I have the measurements if it helps.

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    Updated above. Click on images for high res.
     
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    Awesome. This forum and 2002faq seem to be the more helpful forums on the internet. Thank you.
     
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    And the rubber bushings in that bracket have turned to mush by now and not available. New York’s are $200 but the bracket will be a huge issue.
     
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    Hi Frank,

    I rebuild A/C Compressors, I see on Realoem.com that your car originally had an Axial A/C Compressor.
    I have 2 Axials in stock, both are in pieces right now,
    If you need an Axial, I can piece one together and rebuild it for you.
    Or if you have purchased one, send it to me and I can rebuild it for you.
    To rebuild an Axial is $275.00 + return ship, I also can return ship international,
    If you want to buy one of my spares, then I can rebuild it, and send it to you.
    I will need to look it up and see what I paid for it.

    Here is a Link to my 16 websites, then go to # 12 A/C Compressors Info on the Axial is on page # 1, and pages 52-59.

    LINK : https://www.e9coupe.com/forum/threa...repair-service-for-psps-hydro-steering.30348/

    Best,
     
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    Blue,

    I cannot educate you about the Axial compressor is a 3 piston unit, (not rotary), unless you visit my website,
    and see the photos and read the captions for each photo.
    And then look at the photos of the Bosch Axial compressor on realoem.com, and compare them.
    To see that this is the correct compressor for the 1972 3.0 csi

    Best,
     
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    I have been through your site now and see the Bosch is indeed the axial compressor and would be a great factory solution for Coupe A/C. Nice that you rebuild these units as they are all tired by now.
     

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