RE: [Chrysler300] A/C Brackets - 383 Block vs. 413 Block
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RE: [Chrysler300] A/C Brackets - 383 Block vs. 413 Block


Recently a local A/C expert successfully has our 300F A/C working, and blowing colder air than my daily F150. In the process I have some spare brackets I'm told were from a 1960 Imperial that would fit a 413 as well as; pulleys, 30 AMP generator, and compressor. We deviated from original and replaced condenser and dryer with new technology as well as eliminated the return valve on the 300F compressor with a Schrader valve and temperature switch. 

Bottom line I have numerous used A/C components for sale with several photos available for viewing. Ideally, I would like to sell as a lot and can bring to 50th in September. PM me for photos if you are interested. 

Bob Kelley
Waukesha, WI 
C: 414-651-4180


From: "Matt Allyn allynentertainment@xxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300]"
To: "Chrysler 300 List"
Sent: Monday June 22 2020 7:17:06PM
Subject: [Chrysler300] A/C Brackets - 383 Block vs. 413 Block


As I keep seeking One of the Six brackets that bolts the Air Conditioning Compressor onto our early 60's 300's.....
(In my case going from a 413 RB to a 383 Block in our 1962 300 Sport)

Are ALL of the Brackets the same EXCEPT for the "Compressor Steady" Bracket?
(That's the one I know is a shorter span from the drivers side over to the passenger side)

Are the other bracket shorter too; since the 383 is narrower & shorter than a 413?

Thanks for the Education!
I need it!

Matt Allyn


Posted by: "Robert Kelley" <rbtkelley@xxxxxxxxx>

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