Anyone able to provide a 'quantified' ID? A long time friend of mine has a honeycomb radiator he is certain is from his Grandfather's estate. Grandpa had a number of T's, in addition to a 1918 Graham-Paige. He's hoping to identify it, and whether or not it should become 'wall art' in his shop...
I don't see any T markings or indicators, but appreciative of any help!
Its still almost a couple weeks of Summertime - 'Enjoy a Sweet-T with your Sweetie!'
Certainly aftermarket for Model T Ford to replace a 1909-1916 brass radiator. Cannot tell you the brand name.
Anyone, with a further suggestion?
I confess I have never seen a radiator core like that. There is nothing on the internet I can find either. Obviously it is a cartridge type core construction but unusual and unique.
Thanks for the puzzle and I hope someone can give you some answers.
Could it be an adaptation to a tractor, perhaps for some other power equipment?
I've not been able to provide much info about it for my friend. Thanks.
Haven't seen an advertisement for a brass Ford style radiator with that core, but seems a round tubular core was antique feature for some autos.
This pic is from Maine Vintage Radiators, who re-core vintage radiators. Has similar style core available.