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Old 01-06-2013, 01:03 PM   #1
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Can someone tell me what this radiator is out of? Note the bottom inlets as they run up the sides. I picked it up years ago and was told that it was for 1941 Ford but it wasn't correct for my 41 tudor. Also I was told it might be for a 41 convertible or a COE. I would appreciate any help. thanks, george.
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Old 01-06-2013, 02:05 PM   #2
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Something v8-60? Those lower ports are similar to '40 v8-60, but not quite the same.

I would guess not COE as the radiators usually sit up higher in relation the the engine in those.
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Similar to 38-39 pickup, but the necks look a little bit too long.
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Can someone tell me what this radiator is out of? Note the bottom inlets as they run up the sides. I picked it up years ago and was told that it was for 1941 Ford but it wasn't correct for my 41 tudor. Also I was told it might be for a 41 convertible or a COE. I would appreciate any help. thanks, george.
I think it's for a 1941 Mercury
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I think it's for a 1941 Mercury
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41 merc is correct ! No demand for these untill you need one
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thanks guys, that is a surprise but at least i know what it is now.

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Hello, this post is pretty old but I figured I’d take a shot and see if this radiator still happens to be around. I have my grandfathers 41 Merc and am searching for a replacement.
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Hello, this post is pretty old but I figured Id take a shot and see if this radiator still happens to be around. I have my grandfathers 41 Merc and am searching for a replacement.
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Clicking on the name f1builder took me to his profile. He hasn't been on the Barn since Dec '18. Sadly trying to send him a Personal Message probably won't be too productive.
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Old 06-16-2020, 11:52 PM   #9
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Can someone tell me what this radiator is out of? Note the bottom inlets as they run up the sides. I picked it up years ago and was told that it was for 1941 Ford but it wasn't correct for my 41 tudor. Also I was told it might be for a 41 convertible or a COE. I would appreciate any help. thanks, george.

Are there any numbers/letters pressed into the top tank, likely on the rear, passenger side of tank? Maybe something like "19A-", for instance? DD
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Check out this ad he posted, it has a phone number and Email.

https://www.fordbarn.com/forum/showthread.php?t=238833
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Dick you beat me to asking if there was a 19A stamped in the top tank!
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Dick you beat me to asking if there was a 19A stamped in the top tank!

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