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Brass Radiator Shop Needed in NorthEast US


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Im looking for recommendations of a shop that can make some alterations to a brass radiator I have for my Mitchell. The core is almost perfect, its the right size and shape, but need work done on the tanks and outlets. I have the brass shell "in the works" so will need a radiator man very soon. My plan is to take the finished shell with my radiator and get the alterations made. Has anyone used a shop in New York, PA, New England that is a no non-sense operation? I would appreciate any thoughts.

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We use Don Graham in Frankfort Ont. 3rd and last generation in the rad business. Retired and has a nice shop at home and has repaired any make you can mention. Many of his rads have gone to Pebble Beach so he knows detail.    613-398-7699           https://www.google.ca/maps/dir/Frankford/Rochester,+NY,+USA/@44.0920546,-78.430214,8z/data=!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x89d6184f829e02eb:0xc1a8796a603bacc5!2m2!1d-77.5959798!2d44.2012812!1m5!1m1!1s0x89d6b3059614b353:0x5a001ffc4125e61e!2m2!1d-77.6088465!2d43.1565779?hl=en      

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Mike,

 

Coincidentally the article below was in the Reading (Penna.) Eagle business section today.  I know Jim Oswald very well.  Very meticulous in his radiator work.  He is the owner of Eagle Radiator (610-372-9523).

 

http://www.readingeagle.com/business-weekly/article/meet-the-last-shop-in-reading-dedicated-soley-to-repairing-radiators

 

Regards,

 

Peter J.

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