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Old 08-07-2007, 10:49 AM
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flathead V8 radiator $?

How much are flathead V8 radiators worth in decent shape?

I have 2 one in a '42 1.5 ton and one out of a '42 1/2 ton pickup.

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I think the copper is worth 50 scrap LOL, I think a good askin price is 100 bucks.
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thanks, that is about how I was figuring in my head so now I don't feel so dumb.
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well it is a unique rad, and thus should be worth more then lets sa a used one from a 302.

I should just put it this wa though, the right buer with give you his first born, but if you can't find a person who needs one, could be a tuff sell.
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