With the Sanden, you need to alter the mounting hardware, so if you want it to look original, I would stick to the original less than 150 bux compressor. Save that tag from your old one so you can put it on the new "original" compressor. Remember that under EPA laws, you can't just let that freon "fly". You must take the car to an airconditioner place and have them take it out of your car and store it. After you get the new compressor in there, then take the car back to them and have them service it with new freon and do the dryer thing. You will save a little bit of money by doing the compressor swap yourself, but if you want it done right, then take the car and the new compressor to a car Aircon place and have them do the whole swap.