Many used items in our picture(s) have been cleaned and/or bead blasted prior to being photographed to show condition and detail. The item you receive, in most circumstances, will be pulled from the donor car and shipped to you without being cleaned. We do not retake pictures each time a used item sells. Pictures are a good indicator of what you will receive, but not all used parts age the same. On high dollar parts, email us and we can send a few pictures of the actual part available.
"Core" Items: If we use the word "Core" in the title of the product, the item has been deemed rebuildable, but has not been rebuilt. The item you receive, in most circumstances, will be pulled from the donor car and shipped to you without being cleaned.
This product has received the 'Crappy Product' certificate.
Items that receive the 'Crappy Product' certificate are products that we carry for comparison purposes as they are often the version offered by other vendors or because it is the only version available. We would not be willing to use these parts on our own cars, and we do not recommend purchasing these parts.
WE ARE NOT ABLE TO ACCEPT RETURNS FOR THESE PARTS.
Product Condition Grades
Below is a general description of what the criteria is for our product condition grades. These are generalizations that are intended to give you an idea of the condition of the product at a quick glance. Because different parts degrade at different rates, there are variances in what the letters represent, please see the products description for details about the condition of any particular product.
A = Excellent / Above Average
B = Average / Some flaws / Good to Excellent Driver Quality
C = Obvious flaws / Poor to Average Driver Quality
D, E, F = Worse, Worser, Worsest
Used air conditioning evaporator core, for most of the 1969 model year. You will need to make a comparison with your A/C box or old evaporator for selection. Personally, for the money, I would prefer a good used original copper tubed coil over a cheesy import that uses aluminum. That is because the aluminum is way more prone to corrosion when compared to the copper unit. We only sell used coils that are clean and sealed and do not sell coils that have pest damage or have corrosion from a leaking heater core. Even though we stand behind these used units for 30 days, we still suggest that you pressure test them before installing as we all know what kind of labor is required to install one of these. 1969 evaporators have female fittings. To determine if you have a early or late 1969, look at where the ports exit your plenum. The early 1969 version will have a rectangular opening in the plenum like a 1967-68, but late 1969 cars will have the triangular opening like the units in all of the 1970 model year.
Ford part # C9ZZ-19860-A.
*NOTE* In order to access the evaporator core, you'll need to remove the heater box. Check out our video below for some guidance on how to tackle that process.