If it's an R12 system, the only components that are of any use are the
holding plate and the timer. Everything else needs replacement to meet
today's air quality standards. If it's an R134 system I would ask
whether or not the compressor was stored with the refrigerant ports well
sealed. If so, maybe its OK too.
R134a was introduced in 1991 or so, you may have an R12 system. SeaFrost
will be able to tell you.
> When we reporwered in December of 2005, I removed the old engine driven
> Seafrost system. We have decided that a 12v system is more suitable
> for our needs are in the midst of that purchase.
> My questions is: what do I do with the old system? I would hate to
> throw it away, but cannot imagine that there is much of a market for a
> 1992 system. Any thoughts?