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#828237 - Mon Feb 20 2012 05:45 PM Re: 1951 Heater [Re: Jimmie D]
DavidF Offline
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Registered: Sun Jun 20 2010 11:34 AM
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Loc: Austin, TX
Too late. I cut out a section of the sheet metal box with the Arvin logo and sent it out to Rick. Too much work to restore the rusty old box for only $80 value. But, if you want the heater core and/or fan, let me know and I will grab those parts before throwing the whole lot out.

Edited by DavidF (Mon Feb 20 2012 05:46 PM)
1952 Chevrolet 3100
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#828241 - Mon Feb 20 2012 05:54 PM Re: 1951 Heater [Re: DavidF]
Jimmie D Online
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Hi, If it is in that bad of shape Send it to the scrap yard. I do appreciate the offer for the rest of the parts. Jim.
#828248 - Mon Feb 20 2012 06:01 PM Re: 1951 Heater [Re: Jimmie D]
QX Offline
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i have a 49 ,3800 where CAN i find info on the heater
#828262 - Mon Feb 20 2012 06:55 PM Re: 1951 Heater [Re: QX]
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Loc: Castleton-on-Hudson, NY

I do not know why CAN is in uppercase; however, here is what the two optional heaters in 1949 looked like.

What kind of info are you looking for?
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