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Old 01-25-2011, 09:19 AM
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1963 f100 heater core

Any ideas where to find a new heater core? '63 f100 223 v6 any info. would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Any ideas where to find a new heater core? '63 f100 223 v6 any info. would be appreciated. Thanks.
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The 223 is an inline 6 (I-6). First V6 in an F100: 232 cid V6 (3.8L) available 1982/83.

C2TZ18476A .. Heater Core / Obsolete / Fits: 1961/64 F100/1100 all I-6 & V8 engines.

No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any. Any radiator shop can recore a heater core.
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You're right, an inline 6

Sorry for the brain fart, I meant I6. Anyway, thanks for the info. I didn't even think about having it recored. I appreciate it.
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I just did some research on getting mine re-cored they said around $75. Need to take the old one in and they measure it. They look in there catalogues and pick the one that has the best measurements and swap over your fittings at least that is what the guy here said.
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I appreciate the info. I didn't think about getting it recored.
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