Val, look on line. I recently found and purchased a 30# bottle. Problem is, your typical carriers will not transport it, considered hazardous. That is if you tell them what it is. I had a truck line transport it. They have permits to carry that stuff. I paid $350 for it $11.66# + $166 transport = $17.20#. Some shops due have old stock R12. I asked one shop how much, he said $80#. There must be better prices out there?
Greetings Fellow 300 Owners,
I had my G converted to R134 several years ago and found out over time it will deteriorate the seals. I have an NOS seal kit and am needing a good source of R12 freon. Any suggestions are appreciated !
& nbsp; Thanks,
Posted by: "Gary Nelson" <gnelson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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