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Cold Case Aluminum Radiators

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    And then we can move onto 74-78... :lol:
     
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    But we can't make you happy..... it will offset the balance of the force.... I mean forum....
     
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    wow those dudes at FBBO were a bunch of deeks.
     
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    I could... the b's trailer their cars to a show...:rolleyes:

    It doesn't mean they aren't actually nice folks... but the world of repops wants their business, even if they do have to pay a premium over the shivie parts.
     
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    Ordered a MOP757 radiator, should have it Wednesday. This is the 26" C-body radiator.
     
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    Let us know...
     
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    Thread clarification:
    So, let me get this straight: if I get my hands on an original 72-73 Imperial radiator...send it to Cold Case in Pennsylvania...they fabricate a perfect new one for me from the original...save the specs for the next "Joe six-pack" who needs a radiator for this particular Imperial model/year...Is the way to get the ball rolling to make 72-73 Imperial radiators available for everyone per request? Am I missing something? Is it that simple? And at what cost per reproduction radiator I wonder?
    *4 vent Fuel tank repro's run about $260-300.00
     
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    That's the plan.
     
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    Well my HD fan clutch was too thick for it, and the brackets didn't quite line up for my MOP757A radiator. Will take more pics once the installs complete.
     
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    The radiator fits pretty decent, and holds 3 quarts more than the old one. Pics to come once we deal with the cracked head we found.