1932 Ford Model B Radiator with Angled Header Price $935.00 Prev Next Product Description Features of the 1932 Model B radiator for car and truck include: Angled header plate with correct angle inlet Modern efficient copper core design with 10 fins per inch provides 20% more copper fin surface area Louvers embossed between each fin to disrupt air flow and facilitate heat transfer 3/4" seamless weld tubes in a staggered array to disrupt airflow laterally Deep drawn one piece brass die stamped top tank with correct die stampings Galvanized steel sidewalls to resist rust Cowl rod bracket for support rods to firewall has fitting to receive shell mounting Internal baffle in top tank to prevent coolant loss Correct depth tapered bottom tank to clear crank Electric wire tabs soldered to lower tank Hood mount tabs Clean solder lines - not gobbed on Painted flat black to aid in heat exchange A note about "reproduction and restoration" Our 1932 Model B car and truck reproduction radiators are the most authentic looking available. That being said, there are differences e.g. the neck is advanced forward to accommodate the shell neck location, sidewalls are smooth and most are made with 10 fins per inch whereas Ford used an 8" fin per inch. Each radiator is tested with an original 1932 Ford shell to assure general fit, appropriate neck placement and accurate mounting bracket placement. If you are showing your 1932 at the highest level or seeking a Dearborn award, we can restore your radiator using your original tank and sidewalls. Please see the restored 32 section for further details. If you have any concerns about fit then before you buy a radiator, contact us to talk about your concern or send us your radiator and we will build from the radiator provided to fit your car and shell. When you receive your radiator inspect it first. If you are not satisfied, contact us to arrange a return for your money back or return it with your original radiator and we can build what you need. We only request that the radiator is in new and resalable condition e.g. clean of fluid and not damaged.