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47-54 Heaters #1313820
Mon Jun 10 2019 06:38 AM
Mon Jun 10 2019 06:38 AM
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miraclepieco  Offline OP
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I have a couple of recirculating heaters in unrestored condition. They look like good candidates for restoration. I don't see evidence of previous leaks. I have them for sale on Ebay for $69 each, but for Stovebolt members I'll do $55 each or $100 for the pair, plus shipping.

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Re: 47-54 Heaters [Re: miraclepieco] #1313932
Tue Jun 11 2019 12:51 AM
Tue Jun 11 2019 12:51 AM
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klhansen  Offline
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Joined: May 2015
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Eagle River, Alaska
Man, if you had posted this a couple weeks ago, I'd have jumped on them. I just went thru your location on the 29th of last month on my mega-road trip (12,500 miles total). I had a whole trailer full of stuff for my truck. Should have contacted you and stopped by, at least to chew the fat for a bit.
Any idea what it might cost to ship both of them to Alaska (zip 99503) by slow boat? I may still be interested. How are the dampers and controls on the other side? Mine is a little on the loose side, and I have no idea whether the core leaks or not.


Kevin
First car '29 Ford Special Coupe
#2 - '29 Ford pickup restored from the ground up.
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Re: 47-54 Heaters [Re: klhansen] #1314004
Tue Jun 11 2019 09:21 PM
Tue Jun 11 2019 09:21 PM
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miraclepieco  Offline OP
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Originally Posted by klhansen
Man, if you had posted this a couple weeks ago, I'd have jumped on them. I just went thru your location on the 29th of last month on my mega-road trip (12,500 miles total). I had a whole trailer full of stuff for my truck. Should have contacted you and stopped by, at least to chew the fat for a bit.
Any idea what it might cost to ship both of them to Alaska (zip 99503) by slow boat? I may still be interested. How are the dampers and controls on the other side? Mine is a little on the loose side, and I have no idea whether the core leaks or not.


All controls operate freely. I'll measure and weigh the boxes and PM you.


1951 Chevy Panel Truck
Re: 47-54 Heaters [Re: miraclepieco] #1314021
Wed Jun 12 2019 12:26 AM
Wed Jun 12 2019 12:26 AM
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klhansen  Offline
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Eagle River, Alaska
Cool

I just pulled a vacuum on my core, and it seems to be tight.

Thanks


Kevin
First car '29 Ford Special Coupe
#2 - '29 Ford pickup restored from the ground up.
Newest Project - 51 Chevy 3100 work truck. Photos
Re: 47-54 Heaters [Re: miraclepieco] #1314071
Wed Jun 12 2019 11:48 AM
Wed Jun 12 2019 11:48 AM
Tiny  Offline
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South Central Kansas
If this becomes a done deal please put SOLD in the title. Thanks.


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