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Bookmarked, just in case ..... great reminder if it's been 27 plus years ....
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Forget the aluminum garbage heater core, hacking the OE gasket up and buying additional weather-stripping and use the correct brass core.

Ignore the "without air conditioning" they advertise, it is the correct core for A/C.
1973-79 BRONCO HEATER CORE - WITHOUT A/C - BRASS | Laurel Mountain Mustang
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