I'll get pics of it this weekend, but after we started to get into the four door hard top, we realized we were missing some key pieces. We found a four door sedan for $300! .......Complete!
On a side note, the 454 and Th400 are bolted in to the cleaned and painted engine compartment on the hard top. I had to cut the trans crossmember brackets off and move them back for the Th400. The car came with a P/G. I still need to find the accessory brackets for the big block, though. The most challenging ones being for the air conditioner compressor. It has it, and it's all there, so I want to get it working. ......(must be getting old or something. When I was a kid, I'd cut that sucker out.)
I'll list the good parts that I don't use in the classifieds section when I get that far, so start making your list now, guys. (the sedan is a non-A/C car for those who are interested.
Don't listen to me, what do I know? I've only been doing this for 30 years.
Your problem with finding brackets to bolt on your A/C compressor for the 1964 four door with a BBC is going to be compounded by the fact that there were none made by GM. In 1964 there was only the SBC and the "W" motor (348-409) available. The first BBC was introduced in 1965 as a high performance 396 engine (solid lifters, which precludes A/C). It wasn't available in the big cars until after mid year when they offered it as a hydraulic tappet version as well as the solid lifter version (once again A/C was not avauilable with solid tappets).
If the 1965 still used the same compressor (I can not recall when they switched over from Fridgideair to the Harrison C-6 compressor) the brackets for the 360 horse 396 should fit.