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I'm looking for a factory AC blower box from a '73-74 Berlina.

The Berlina unit is one integrated box that replaces the stock heater unit, and has both heat and AC in it.

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I have one, but I don't know if it's fully integrated like you say:







Let me know if this is what you're looking for.

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Ian
 

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That's a very Ford/American-looking electrical plug there.
My guess is this is not original Alfa. The two I've removed from a Berlina and a GTV were more like big heater boxes, all contained around the console area. Bigger than the stock heater since they incorporated AC components, but not nearly this big; all the outlets were in the box, in the console area, which is correspondingly cut down considerably in the front. I should have taken pictures at the time.
Andrew
 

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Well, I have all the rest of the bits as well, and the original instruction card that says that an AC unit was installed in a Berlina in May 1975 at 2347 miles, so it was likely an aftermarket unit.

If Fancio8C isn't interested I'll hold onto it for someone else.

Ian
 

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Thank you Ian. I think I'll pass on this one. I'm trying to retro-fit an OEM Berlina unit like the one Andrew described to a Giulia Super Nuova in order to utilize the Nuovas four stock vents.
 

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Got it, thanks!
 
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