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1954-1955 1st Series Truck Heater/Fan
#1437721 Tue Jan 18 2022 10:15 AM
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'Bolter
Hello I’m in search of an original heater/fan for a 1954-1955 1st Series Truck. I’ve attached picture for reference. Thank you

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Re: 1954-1955 1st Series Truck Heater/Fan
D$TROYER #1437979 Thu Jan 20 2022 02:28 AM
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'Bolter
Haven’t dealt with this outfit but this is a good deal . 20/40 parts.

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Re: 1954-1955 1st Series Truck Heater/Fan
D$TROYER #1437986 Thu Jan 20 2022 03:04 AM
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Does the heater that Kevinski's shows match the heater shown by D$TROYER?


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Re: 1954-1955 1st Series Truck Heater/Fan
D$TROYER #1438001 Thu Jan 20 2022 04:19 AM
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No (good eyes) it is a fresh air not a fresh air recirculating heater but if you are not that fussy 20 bucks might peak his interest ,or you could look for the parts to exchange to make the difference as it looks like most of the housing is the same except for the piece with the air doors.

Last edited by KEVINSKI; Thu Jan 20 2022 04:22 AM. Reason: More imfo

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Re: 1954-1955 1st Series Truck Heater/Fan
D$TROYER #1438003 Thu Jan 20 2022 06:11 AM
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Thank you Kevinski and tclederman for pointing me in the right direction. It is not the same heater/fan but I’m willing to give it a shot even if it takes some modification. Thanks Kevinski for introducing me to that helpful site!

**Update*** I tried placing the order but the site said “This offer is not up to date, it is impossible to place order.”

The search continues thank you again for your assistance!


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