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#489962 - Sun Jan 04 2009 05:10 PM Has anybody every seen this heater?
Belcasters'51 Offline
New Guy
Registered: Sun Nov 30 2008 04:15 AM
Posts: 17
Loc: Bellingham, Washington
I just cannot find any pictures of this heater anywhere! Does anybody here know anything about it. It says "Briggs Heater" on it. Could it be a branch off of "Briggs and Stratton"? Click the link to see the pictures. Thanks everybody.

http://s357.photobucket.com/albums/oo18/Belcasters-51/Unknown%20Heater/?albumview=grid
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#490016 - Sun Jan 04 2009 08:02 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: Belcasters'51]
PoetsSeatAuto Offline
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Registered: Tue Sep 09 2008 09:57 PM
Posts: 653
Loc: Ma
It has the Vintage logo that was used by Briggs and Stratton. It is a aftermaket install for shure.

Good luck
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#490040 - Sun Jan 04 2009 08:36 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: PoetsSeatAuto]
1953 panel Offline
Registered: Mon Mar 05 2007 12:00 PM
Posts: 5473
Loc: Oakwood, Ontario Canada
I can't be sure but when we went to school in the 60's, we had the Econoline vans with a small heater near the rear wheel well. It was an auxiliary heater but I can't say for sure, but it looked similar to the one you show.
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#497568 - Sun Jan 25 2009 06:44 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: 1953 panel]
dan-pa Offline
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Registered: Mon Oct 20 2003 12:00 PM
Posts: 490
Loc: aliquippa.pa
looks to be out of a Devco milk truck.I have the same thing mine
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#497695 - Sun Jan 25 2009 11:29 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: dan-pa]
ABento Offline
Wrench Fetcher
Registered: Fri Jan 11 2008 12:59 PM
Posts: 171
Loc: Ca.
Looks an awful lot like the Hupp heaters, used in Peterbilt and Kw trucks from the late 50's thru the 60's
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#497704 - Sun Jan 25 2009 11:43 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: ABento]
red58 Offline
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Registered: Sun Feb 03 2002 12:00 PM
Posts: 16112
Loc: north of the 49th
yes it's from a Briggs and Stratton division, an aftermarket addition to a truck that [like many] came from the factory without one

Bill
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#497777 - Mon Jan 26 2009 09:11 AM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: red58]
Mark 551st Offline
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Registered: Sun Aug 20 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 43
Loc: green bay wi
I have one that looks much like Belcasters. Mine has stamped in red letters on it JAN5 6412V. I beleive it is a model 356 heater made by Hupp in Cleveland,Ohio.The front cover on this one is chromed, I found it in a parts box in the 551st when I picked it up.
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#498740 - Wed Jan 28 2009 12:15 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: Mark 551st]
Fireballv8 Offline
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Registered: Fri Aug 25 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 135
Loc: Cartwright, OK
I had one of those in a 49 Willys pickup. Aftermarket....
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#520155 - Mon Mar 23 2009 06:37 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: Fireballv8]
Convey Offline
New Guy
Registered: Sat Mar 21 2009 02:48 PM
Posts: 2
Loc: Or, USA
I have this Model 356 Heater brand new in the box, I got it from a Military Surplus Auction decades ago. The manufacturer's info on the box says the following;

MP - Mobile Products Division
HUPP, INC
1135 IVANHOE ROAD - Cleveland, Ohio 44110
One Of The White Consolidated Industries
WCI

----------------Blower
356 - 6V
----------------Heater


Here's photos of it;

http://s730.photobucket.com/albums/ww307/Conveyician/Model%20356%20Heater/


Hope this answers your questions.
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#520160 - Mon Mar 23 2009 06:48 PM Re: Has anybody every seen this heater? [Re: Convey]
Convey Offline
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Registered: Sat Mar 21 2009 02:48 PM
Posts: 2
Loc: Or, USA
OH, and BTW, Hello Everyone! I'm new here, I live in Gold Hill, Oregon, and I love anything mechanical - Especially Chevy's. I have what I believe to be a 1936 Chevrolet Pickup, which I am going to restore.

Hope to be swapping ideas and information with you all.

-Convey
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