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Sorry I can't help with a condenser (maybe look for a mustang one). I have used enviro-safe as a better substitute. It runs at a lower pressure, so it's easier on the compressor. R12 is nice if you can afford it. It's flammable, but we are driving around in cars with a gas tank for a trunk floor, so that's no big deal for us wild risk takers. Try ebay if you are interested.
 

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Not sure for a '72 but try Vintage air or Classic Auto Air. Funny, I converted my '69 back to R12. Almost 10 deg cooler. However with the new style condenser yoiu should be good with R134.
 

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Wow, moving again? They went from Tampa to Texas and now to where?
 

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NPD has the Classic Auto Air condensor in stock, but wow it's expensive.


If yours isn't damaged, you can flush out your existing part and reuse it, with a new receiver/drier.
 
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