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'48 F1 Heater Core Problem

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'48 F1 Heater Core Problem

My dad is helping his neighbor fix his '48 F1 flathead, which recently developed a significant leak in the heater core. The core that the auto parts store said it was definitely wasn't, and the old core/heater box has no markings of a part number/manufacturer anywhere. We suspect this box was retrofitted after the fact, possibly about 20 years ago when he had it professionally restored.

Does anyone recognize the below box/core?



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Contact Universal Carnegie Manufacturing in PA . They will be able to hook you up w/ a heater core Plan on spending around a C-note.
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