1937 Ford Deluxe Radiator Price $799.00 Prev Next Product Description Features of the 1937 Ford Street Rod Radiator include: Modern efficient copper core design with 10 fins per inch Cores are available in 2-5/8" 3 row core or 3-1/2" 4 row core 3/4" seamless weld tubes in a staggered array to disrupt airflow laterally Hand fabricated .040 brass top tanksthat match OEM Galvanized steel sidewalls to resist rust Three tabs on lower tank for light wires Cowl rod bracket has appropriate fittings for locating and holding the shell Internal baffle in top tank to prevent cooling loss Painted flat black to aid in heat exchange OEM setup has a very tight clearance of header to tank and requires a fan well relief If your radiator tanks look similar to ours but the core is set back further in the tanks you likely have the 60 Hp engine radiator that Ford designed for fuel efficiency and reduced cost. The 85Hp flathead is far more common but the "V8-60" radiator can be made upon request. Call for details. OEM core has an angle cut to the front corner of the core, we cover this with steel to protect the corner. If you have wish to maintain this angle we can hand shear each fin to match the look. About the ordering process: We do not stock radiators. Every radiator is made to order and they require time to construct. Please plan accordingly. Please note special requirements in the comments section e.g. chopped radiators, maximum fan depths, fan shrouds, patina-not-painted finish, polished brass or german silver etc. If you do not see what you are looking for that does not mean it cannot be done, it just means it is not listed on the website. We will price out your custom modifications and you may be asked further questions while a drawing is prepared. We require a signed approval on a drawing and estimate for a custom build. We will do our best to estimate the time of construction. It is a best estimate based on what is presently in our queue. If you would like to speak with us before ordering, you may create an account and save the item in the shopping cart. We can discuss it before you submit your order. The 81A stamping on tank is correct for 1937 and 1938 Ford 85 hp passenger cars, 1939 Ford Standard and a replacement for 1937 Ford again 85 hp passenger cars. It is not the same for trucks.