Re: BUY IT
It's no good.
By all means e-mail Ford, because you might get a different response to me. I went to collect the merchandise today and was handed a box labelled R12 -> R134a conversion - in other words $95 is what DIY people pay through Ford for air con conversion. Great. Even then it's aftermarket apparently.
So having been told that this doesn't exist, they said they would ring around and try to find an aftermarket source for ABS, but when I think about it, that's not a good idea. Firstly, ABS should be tailored to the car it is on, and secondly, it would be a rip-off. I'll be going ahead with my original plan to get ABS off a wrecked EB II (either buying the whole car at an auction, or getting the required parts from a wrecker)... but not for a while.
Jack Travis, E-Series Acting President
1989 Ford Fairmont Ghia turbo/GL replica (underway)
1994 Eunos 800M
1990 Ford Laser S