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For Sale BRASSWORKS T BUCKET RADIATOR KIT

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by FABPLUS, May 24, 2017.

  1. FABPLUS

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    IMG_20170517_061243200.jpg For sale is a BrassWorks T Bucket Radiator kit. BrassWorks part number 10-16H. Kit was purchased in '85 for $450.00. If you can solder it could be a great addition to your project. The rear panel to the top tank has been set up to be used with a Weiand blower manifold with AN type fittings. This panel could be changed out with a panel to accept a normal radiator hose set up. There are no missing parts to complete the radiator. When polished and installed these radiators look real good on a bucket. Price is $250.00 plus UPS shipping which will be determined at time of sale.
     

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  2. Gerry

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    Thats a cheap deal. Core and brass plate would cost more than that these days. Quote I had to remake mine was well over $1500.

    I would have that in an instant if I was in the USA
     
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    Where are you located ? Maybe we can figure something out.
     
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    (He's "across the pond!")
     
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    I used to buy lots of things from the US, but these days freight, import duty etc is killing the trade with parts from the USA. I need a TC for my race car. The door to door cost is more than JW Racing would charge me to build one.

    I can ask around to see if anyone here would be interested.
    Gerry
     
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    Man, looking at that thing brings back memories... in high school, my part time job was re coring radiators, even big semi type...the key is to flux and tin everything.
     
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    Love to have it as a spare
     
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    Is this still available?
     
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    It's sold
     
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    That was a quick sale, somebody got a sweet deal....too bad my strict budget wouldn't allow it.
     






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