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Steve Long Radiators

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by krylon32, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. krylon32
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    Anyone on here done business with or used a Steve Long custom radiator out of Indianapolis???
  2. Dale Fairfax
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    Have one in my Flathead '32, had one in my son's '65 GTO. Bobby Alloway has used many of them. Superior quality-beautiful to look at and they work.




  3. SloW8
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    My company used his radiators for years. Great work, can be a little slow depending on how busy he is.
  4. FASI
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    He custom built one to fit in my Whippet radiator surround. Top notch.
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  5. Kulturepimp
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    Not sure if he is still building them, he was on gasoline alley and now has a small home shop. All the ones I have used or know people that have used them, they are amazing and work great.
  6. WDobos
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    I just had him build one for my Cadillac powered all steel 1940 Fiat Topolino. He did a great job on it,real first class work. He's had some health problems as of late and it has slowed him down some,but his work is still top notch.
  7. mike in tucson
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    Recently got one for my 39 DeLuxe....it is a piece of art. We didnt want to paint the tank black since it is so nice so it got a coat of clear POR that will supposedly take the temp and not yellow. Radiator cools great...went thru Yuma when it said 117 on the outside temp and car ran fine.
  8. racer5c
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    have one in my car, flathead cant get it over 180 degrees you wont be dissapointed

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