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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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I'm interested in obtaining a new radiator for my 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe (Model P20C).  The original radiator is part # 1335-215 and is stamped with DPDC number 1346533 on the top tank (which is included on your list).  The radiator core is H=20", W=20.25", Thickness=2"; Total height is 25.5' and width is 23.5" (including mounting flanges).   Do you have this radiator in new or excellent condition?  If so, I'd like to purchase it.  Thank you.....Brian 

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11 hours ago, Brison said:

I'm interested in obtaining a new radiator for my 1950 Plymouth Special Deluxe (Model P20C).  The original radiator is part # 1335-215 and is stamped with DPDC number 1346533 on the top tank (which is included on your list).  The radiator core is H=20", W=20.25", Thickness=2"; Total height is 25.5' and width is 23.5" (including mounting flanges).   Do you have this radiator in new or excellent condition?  If so, I'd like to purchase it.  Thank you.....Brian 

Hi Brian... These are original used radiators that have been in inside storage for many years. There is only one new one and another that has been done. The 50 radiator would be a used one. I can check it more closely if you're interested in a used one.

 

I think the radiator you're asking about is the bottom one in the picture..

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I'm interested if it's in good shape.  My current one is the original for my 50 Plymouth and it has a number of pinhole leaks.  I could probably get by with using stop leak, but would prefer to have one in good condition.  Can you check the one out that you have and let me know what you think about it's condition?  Thanks....Brian  

 

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2 hours ago, Brison said:

I'm interested if it's in good shape.  My current one is the original for my 50 Plymouth and it has a number of pinhole leaks.  I could probably get by with using stop leak, but would prefer to have one in good condition.  Can you check the one out that you have and let me know what you think about it's condition?  Thanks....Brian  

 

I'll get you some closeup pics, but short of taking it to a radiator shop and having it pressure tested, it would be almost impossible to know if there's any pinhole leaks.

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3 hours ago, Brison said:

Hi dpcdfan,

I continue to be interested in the radiator for my 1950 Plymouth.  Are you able to send so close up pics?  Thanks....Brian

Hi Brian.. Here you go. The radiator core looks good. The only thing I noticed is that the overflow tube is loose and had duct tape on it. If you need to see anything closer, lert me know. Price on the 50 radiator $175 plus shipping. Thanks.

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On 12/30/2020 at 2:10 PM, Brison said:

I'd like to go ahead and purchase the '50 radiator for my Plymouth.  I've never done this via this site.  How do we go about this?  Thanks.... Brian

 

You can send the seller a Private Message

and exchange phone numbers and addresses.

Just hold your cursor over his user name

(in the upper left corner of each of his postings),

and when a new window opens, click "Message."

 

 

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On 12/30/2020 at 11:10 AM, Brison said:

I'd like to go ahead and purchase the '50 radiator for my Plymouth.  I've never done this via this site.  How do we go about this?  Thanks.... Brian

Hi Brian,

Sorry, just getting back on line after the Holidays. Here's my contact info. If you don't live near me, I'll need your address so I can figure out the best and most cost effective way to ship it to you.

Thanks,

Gary

 

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