Garage Sale - Brassworks T-Bucket Radiator
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If you like the original brass look for your t-bucket, we've got you covered. This Brassworks radiator is made of the finest brass and has a staggered tube four row core, 3 1/2" thick. It is polished to the highest shine and we also offer a brass shroud with a Spal electric fan and a brass overflow tank. The upper 1 1/2" radiator hose connection is centered at the top and the 1 3/4" lower is on the passenger side lower. 19 3/4" wide, 20 1/8" tall.
This radiator is garage sale priced because the mounting bracket on the passenger side is bent and the dummy filler neck is dented in to the top tank.
NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS
- DOES NOT INCLUDE A TRANSMISSION COOLER
- CONTAINS A DUMMY NECK
- CONTAINS A FILLER NECK
- CORE THICKNESS IS 3 27/64"
- OVERALL RADIATOR WIDTH IS 20"
- OVERALL MOUNTING WIDTH IS 24"
- OVERALL RADIATOR HEIGHT INCLUDING DUMMY NECK IS 23"
- OVERALL RADIATOR HEIGHT LESS DUMMY NECK IS 21"
- OVERALL RADIATOR THICKNESS IS 4 5/8"
- OVERALL UPPER TANK HEIGHT IS 4 7/8"
- OVERALL RADIATOR THICKNESS INCLUDING DUMMY NECK IS 7 1/4"
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Q & A
Tim talks about a few aluminum radiators we have to offer.
Speedway Motors employee Pat joins us once again. This time Pat is talking to the Model A and Model T owners, specifically in regards to Moto-Meters and accessories.
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks used an AFCO radiator in the ground-up rebuild of the Speedway Motors 1952 Chevy truck.
Pat gives some tips about choosing the right fan for your application.