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1930-1931 Model A Flying Quail Radiator Cap

Specs
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Chrome
Material Type:
Zinc
MFG. Part #:
A-18385-B
Overall Height:
3.50
Overall Length:
4.75
Overall Diameter:
3.00
1930-1931 Model A Flying Quail Radiator Cap
1930-1931 Model A Flying Quail Radiator Cap
1930-1931 Model A Flying Quail Radiator Cap
1930-1931 Model A Flying Quail Radiator Cap

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Reviews (4)

Q & A (4)

What's in the Box

Info

Quality chrome reproductions of the classy add-on all Model A owners want! Includes radiator cap and quail assembly for 1930-1931 Model A's.

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
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Bickel Bros
Verified Purchaser
West Point, KY

Great Product

December 30, 2015
Will Definitely order from in the future
Yes, I recommend this product.
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the VP
Verified Purchaser
Dothan al

very high quality

June 09, 2015
Love way it looks on front of my streetrod
Pros:
  • Adds Beautiful Finishing Rod
  • Finishing Touch
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Eric18
Verified Purchaser

Doesn't fit

November 02, 2014
Looks great, but does not fit the neck of the radiator and I ended up damaging my aluminum radiator trying to make it fit on. Called and spoke to one of the specialist and they said you do not need to make any adjustments, which couldn't be further from the truth! I am going to now spend a few hundred fixing the radiator which I should send the bill to Speedway!
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Merchant Response:

Eric18 - Thanks for your review. We appreciate hearing from you. Your review has been passed along to our Customer Service team to review the situation and our QC team to record and inspect the issue with this product. We apologize for your frustration and are always happy to help.
Firstgear
Verified Purchaser
Norwalk, Ohio

Flying Quail. Fits and looks great

March 15, 2012
Not having one before took me a few minutes to figure out how it works. I like how it looks on the car. Would buy again! Thanks
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

4 questions : 4 answers

1 answers

how does the flying quail radiaror cap go on the radiator

mamoo
tampa fl
June 02, 2013

how does the flying quail radiaror cap go on the radiator

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June 03, 2013
Jason
Part #91122303 is for the 1930-31 radiator that uses the 1/4 twist style cap. Allign the 2 tabs inside cap with slots in radaitor neck and turn on. Part #91122302 is for the 1928-29 radiator that has the screw on style cap.
1 answers

will this fit a 40's neck

May 21, 2011

will this fit a 40's neck

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June 24, 2011
John
These caps are specific fit to the 1930-31 Model “A” cars and the lock tabs that retain the cap lock on the inside of the radiator neck and NOT on the outside as the later model cars and trucks.
1 answers

will this thread onto dummy neck on walker radiator

May 05, 2011

will this thread onto dummy neck on walker radiator

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May 05, 2011
Wyatt
Yes, the Walker '30-'31 Model A radiators have a "dummy" filler neck mounted in the original location which accepts original style radiator caps and accessories. So, yes this cap should fit our Walker '30-'31 Model A radiators.
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I recently purchased and installed the Flying Quail Radiator Cap for my 1930 Model A. When I last had it out on the road I noticed that a small amount of coolant was spraying back on my windscreen. Did I install it incorrectly or is there something that I can do to prevent the coolant from coming through the hinged portion of the cap? I feel the lower portion of the cap that connects to the radiator is tight and properly installed. I believe that the leakage of coolant is from the hinged area of the cap not fully sealing. I have no coolant system leaks......the coolant on the windscreen is coming from the radiator cap. What do you suggest that I do?

Duke
Lincoln, NE
July 17, 2015

I recently purchased and installed the Flying Quail Radiator Cap for my 1930 Model A. When I last had it out on the road I noticed that a small amount of coolant was spraying back on my windscreen. Did I install it incorrectly or is there something that I can do to prevent the coolant from coming through the hinged portion of the cap? I feel the lower portion of the cap that connects to the radiator is tight and properly installed. I believe that the leakage of coolant is from the hinged area of the cap not fully sealing. I have no coolant system leaks......the coolant on the windscreen is coming from the radiator cap. What do you suggest that I do?

Answers

July 20, 2015
Zach
Expert
It sounds like the cap should be replaced. Please give us a call or bring the cap in and we can exchange it for another one. We can be reached at 800-979-0122.
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