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Chrysler Product Radiators 1931-early 1960s


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Have a group of 40 Mopar radiators which came out of 30 year inside storage. Most are in nice original condition and a few are either new or have been redone. Many prewar and 55-56 among others. Here are a few of the DPCD #s off the top tanks:

2-581473
585936
591258…1939-47 Dodge/Plymouth truck
591259… 1939-47 Dodge Trk 3/4 1 ton
2-626872
746235… 1937 MOPAR?
765780… 1937 Dodge?
770347… 1938 Plymouth P5 P6 Road King Deluxe
795249
897450… 1941 Plymouth P12
947826
1346553
1373268
1599254… 1955 Plymouth/ Dodge v8
1599272… 55 Desoto
1705883
1779055
1532672? 1832672

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On 12/8/2020 at 4:41 PM, Tim Wolfe said:

Model 70

Tim... I sold a Model 70 roadster that came from the same place, but I don't recall getting an extra radiator, although I do have a grill shell and some other Model 70 parts.

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11 hours ago, Tim Wolfe said:

what model 70 parts do you have?  intake manifold??

I'll have to check on the manifold. Do you happen to have the casting number on it?

 What other Model 70 parts are you looking for?

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If this is a honeycomb of the Auburn type replacement of the core is a horrendously expensive undertaking.  The cores are made in Europe I was told and before you are done thousands of dollars could be involved.  Try some stop leak first.  No, not the best or ideal course of action but definitely the most inexpensive.

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  Leomara , If your talking about mine just above no it is a Dodge diamond style . Same as DC8 . Core is fine . The bottom was left sit in mud and rusted support off bottom and started up sides this eroded tank bottom gaping hole and outlet is poor . Tank could maybe be pieced back but support would be to much work at this point . I have a later style in truck . But ,it is one thing would like to get back to more original , not necessary pretty . Thanks .

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16 hours ago, ArticiferTom said:

Looking for a lower tank and soldered on side mounts  from '30 - 32 Mopars for my Dodge PU . Similar to Ply PA in pic . Here is pic of mine .

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Tom... the four radiators in the front of the picture all appear to be 31 Plymouth. The one on the far left is NOS.

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On 12/11/2020 at 2:42 AM, dpcdfan said:

I'll have to check on the manifold. Do you happen to have the casting number on it?

 What other Model 70 parts are you looking for?

The casting numbers are very hard to read  looks like 303975  4    or  808975   4.  manifold has a 1/8" pipe threaded hole on bottom for a drain tube,  later models had a larger hole for a fumer. I can send you a picture if I can get an email address or cell number.

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On 12/12/2020 at 5:13 AM, Tim Wolfe said:

The casting numbers are very hard to read  looks like 303975  4    or  808975   4.  manifold has a 1/8" pipe threaded hole on bottom for a drain tube,  later models had a larger hole for a fumer. I can send you a picture if I can get an email address or cell number.

Tim... Here's my info.

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