I know he is in Illinois, what is the phone number for him?
Gery phone number is
I just got a low radiator from him...a work of art!
I wanted an "aged" looking T radiator.
I called Berg's and asked if I could order one not painted with a pre-nickel plated filler neck.
"No problem" was the reply.
A few days later I received a brand new radiator that looked 80 years old. It looks even better now (3 years later). It fools everyone.
These are great people to work with.
I'd read good things about Bergs on this forum, and not so good things about another supplier.
So, when I had to replace the radiator for my 26 tourer I tried Bergs. Soon as I received it, it was obvious this was a a quality product.
I couldn't recommend them highly enough. From the other side of the world it was no problem to place an order, and Gery was most helpful. The radiator arrived mounted in a wooden frame to ensure it survived the trip. Straight drop in replacement and there's been no boiling even up the longest and steepest of hills in the summer.
Thanks guys I called the fellow who needed it, so I hope they get together
Once upon a time, there was talk of Berg's producing brass radiators. Are those plans still in the works?
The last time I checked was almost a year ago. They were making brass, but there was about a month's wait. I don't doubt the quality, but I chose a recore of my original radiator for two reasons. One was the different construction of the tank. I preferred to keep the original look. The other consideration was cost. Despite my notorious parsimony this was less important than the look, but having my original recored by Tom's Radiator Service saved me a few Benjamins.