WTB Radiators

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WTB Radiators

Post by Pops » Fri Jul 17, 2020 9:17 pm

Hello: I need a radiator for my 1919 rd/pu and one for a 1924 Coupe'.I have nursed both of them for about 2 years and no less over a 100,000 gallons of coolant&water plus -who how much stop leak-.These are drivers not show just go.
My 1914's radiator is still getting about 100 miles per gallon so it still has some life in it but the '19 & '24 are down to about 5 to 10 mpg.
Thank you for any offers you are willing to sell-large or small.
david(POPS)


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Re: WTB Radiators

Post by Bill Anziani » Sat Jul 18, 2020 10:22 pm

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Re: WTB Radiators

Post by Pops » Tue Jul 21, 2020 9:21 am

Still looking-POPS

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Re: WTB Radiators

Post by TWrenn » Wed Jul 22, 2020 10:55 am

Unless your water, coolant, and stop-loss were FREE you coulda bought new radiators long ago and ended all the misery! A gallon every 100 miles on the 14? I'd go thru a gallon a day almost!!
Treat urself and your cars to new rads!!
Good luck friend, going anywhere with much stopping to add water must take you forever! LOL

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Re: WTB Radiators

Post by Oldav8tor » Wed Jul 22, 2020 3:45 pm

To build on what the other Tim said, it reminds me of steam locomotives having to stop periodically to take on water.... I had an old round tube radiator and replaced it with a new Bergs and never looked back. It never overheats and I never have to add coolant. With all the hot weather of late having a good radiator is a blessing.
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Re: WTB Radiators

Post by Pops » Thu Jul 23, 2020 8:48 pm

Hello Tim and my other brother Tim Y'all rite The '14 does take a bit of time to go on a trip/tour[A to B,C,D,E so on]
cause the water stops at 100 miles that equates to every hour I have to stop and add water,and YES that DOES add to the travel time,but when the fun is take your time and enjoy the scenic tour!
David(POPS)
LOOK!!!!
STILL NEED RADIATORS


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Re: WTB Radiators

Post by Pops » Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:46 pm

Good news found a tall radiator for the '24---thank you MTFCA---
Now I need one for the 1919
Thanks
David(POPS)

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