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    sister2 New Member

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    Hi folks. I own a 76 cobra 2. It is so much fun to drive. It came from Canada, and has no A/C. Anybody know what model has one that will work? Thanks in advance. This is a great site. Plenty of information.
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    welcome aboard!

    there is a lot of work to install A/C, but any year from 75-78 would work, your best bet would be to find a parts car with everything intact and make the swap

    good luck
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    Thanks so much.
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    They all had A/C Options, if you swap to OEM A/C you'll need complete dash assembly with the controls in if possible. I think I would consider an aftermarket add on A/C, it may be easier...
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    ac for 76 cobra

    I purchased an aftermarket unit. The condenser unit has no room at the dash. The only place it would go, is in the back hatchback area. Problems, problems. Mine has a stock 302. I put one of those K&N preformance air filters on it. Good Lord. I,m sold. Thank you folks for being so helpful. This site is great.
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    throw some pics up of your rides. we would love to see it!
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    There should be more than enough room if you tuck it up above the glove box. Remove the cover inside the glove box, and pull the dash pad/dash plate to get access, and you should have room for anything smaller than a bar fridge :nice: :D
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