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1915-1916 Round Tube Model T Radiator

Price  $1,275.00 

Product Description

Model T radators had changes through the years.  A chart is provided for reference.

11-12 Radiator 13-14 Radiator 15-16 Radiator
Brass tube for carbide gas powered lights is soldered to the lower tank Brass tube for carbide gas powered lights is soldered to the brass bar in the core Brass tube for electric powered lights is soldered to the brass bar in the core
No rivets on 2 3/8" radiator neck 3 rivets on 2 1/2" radiator neck 3 rivets on 2 1/2" radiator neck
No "Made in USA" stamped in top tank under the Ford logo "Made in USA" stamped in top tank under the Ford logo "Made in USA" stamped in top tank under the Ford logo
Solid polished brass sidewall without hole for gas line Holes drilled in sidewall for the electric lights Holes drilled in sidewall for the electric lights

Other features of Model T polished radiators:

  • Drawn copper tubes for more efficient heat transfer than seamed brass tubes
  • Six fins of Tellurium copper per vertical inch
  • Includes brass bar through core
  • Three piece polished brass top tank construction
  • Single piece die stamped top tank wrapper without welded construction found on earlier reproductions
  • Polished brass sidewall with extruded hole for gas line
  • Contoured front trim piece
  • Internal brass baffle plate to prevent loss of coolant
  • “Detroit, Michigan” identification embossed on the back panel of the top tank
  • "Made in Canada" Ontario plate available upon request at an additional cost
  • Officially licensed later Ford script stamped in the top tank
  • Includes 10% Ford licensing fee
  • Rust-proof red brass casting for bottom outlet and upper inlet
  • 1/8" 27 NPT tapped outlet to accommodate period correct draincocks
  • Handcrafted in the USA
  • Choke hole location in Model T radiators

    In December of 1910 Ford Model Ts used a priming rod routed between the fins of the radiator.  In January of 1911, Ford drilled a choke rod hole in the lower part of the front trim.  The Brassworks does not drill this hole.  The location of the hole is noted below for reference.

     


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