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The last of the shows will soon be only digital pictures and fond memories. If you are getting your Bolt ready for some last cruises, or just thinking about putting her up for winter, be sure to check out what parts you need from American Classic Truck Parts. They still offer a 10% discount on parts in stock to Stovebolters. Please add your Stovebolt screen name and number in the comments at the end -- no special codes required.

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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
Posts: 1014
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 Offline
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Registered: Mon Feb 20 2006 12:00 PM
Posts: 542
Loc: Grand Junction, Colo.
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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Registered: Sun May 15 2011 04:26 PM
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Loc: Madison, Wisconsin
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]
tclederman Offline
Registered: Tue Sep 18 2001 12:00 PM
Posts: 21463
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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