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Old 08-18-2012, 08:14 AM
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Is there anywhere i can buy a heater core for my 63 f100 i looked through dennis carpender and lmc and didnt see one for my truck
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Old 08-18-2012, 09:49 AM
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You have to get the old one recored or find a NOS
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Old 08-18-2012, 10:12 AM
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Is there anywhere i can buy a heater core for my 63 f100 i looked through dennis carpender and lmc and didnt see one for my truck
C2TZ-18476-A (replaced C1TF-18476-A & C1TZ-18476-A) .. Heater Core-Use with Fresh Air or Recirculating heater / Obsolete

Applications: 1961/64 F100/1100 / 1963/64 N/NT/T500/1000.

No Ford Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has any of these three part numbers. Take the original to a radiator shop, have it recored.
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Old 08-18-2012, 04:16 PM
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ya have it recored cost me $250 for a recore / reconstructed as it says on the receipt and now my 62 needs one lol
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Check with your local auto parts store. After searching online with all the slick vendors, I picked up a new heater core at O'reilly's for my '66 for between $25 & $30.
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WHAT ????? $250 for a heater recore... I have a great building site in the Everglads I would love to sell ya...
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he said he had to reconstruct the darn thing from scratch I payed out the a$$
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Yea Jack, I by no means wanted to insult you. I would just have not even replied to your post. I do thou wish I could have been there to discuse in logical terms to the guy that did the work. I am also by no means new to radiator work. Sorry but this guy saw you coming. There are unfortunately people like this out there. In fact, I just got off the phone with a friend of mine that owns a radiator shop. You don't want to know what he said. I wish I was there.
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lol and the guy is a friend of mine haha
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Abut 7 years ago I needed a heater core, picked one up at the local auto parts store for around $30.00
Take the old one in with you to match it up.
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I planned on recoring it but the line busted off of it when some jack a$$ :O pulled the motor
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Check with your local auto parts store. After searching online with all the slick vendors, I picked up a new heater core at O'reilly's for my '66 for between $25 & $30.
1965/79 is the same / 1961/64 is different.
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