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Technical Wall hanger radiator shell

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by bartmcneill, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. bartmcneill
    Joined: Dec 23, 2009
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    Anyone got any idea of what this radiator shell fits? I bought it for a wall hanger from an old farmer.
     

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  2. VANDENPLAS
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  3. dwollam
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    Not Dodge!

    Dave
     
  4. dwollam
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    Looks GM to me.

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  5. mopacltd
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    terraplane '33 or '34?
     
  6. '34 Terraplane
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    ...doesn't look like '33 or '34 Terraplane...

    1933 & 1934
    1933 Terraplane Grille.jpg Terraplane grille- mine - picture by Alumacraft.jpg
     
  7. vtx1800
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    My guess, 1935 Chevy 1935-chevy-3-window-coupe-1.jpg
     
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  8. scotts52
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    Reminds me of a 32 Plymouth that's had some modifications done.
     
  9. 24riverview
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    36 Chevy pickup maybe? Not sure if the apron looks right though.
     
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  10. badvolvo
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    It is very close to my 36 Chevy pickup. However, mine didn't start out as a pickup, but a 1.5 ton and it had the hole for the radiator cap. So the pickup could be correct. I will try and find a picture that shows it.
     
  11. Not MoPar. Looks to be Chevrolet.
     
  12. badvolvo
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    Ok here's a picture. I did lay the grille back some, dropped it a couple inches, added metal to the sides of the shell to match up with the hood, and stretched the fenders. 3611-20-13.jpg
     
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  14. bdynpnt
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    34 chevy

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  16. bartmcneill
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    I think you guys may be right on a 36 Chevy truck. I went on eBay to see pictures of some and discovered I can't afford to hang this one on my wall with my others.
     
  17. wood remover
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    36 chev truck , 34 35 has rad cap .
     
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  18. mgtstumpy
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    Chevy truck with that lower apron, passenger cars don't have that apron as fenders sweep in and bolt together at bottom (Centre) of grill shell

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  19. dan31
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    Passenger car grill also has a stainless surround that fits into the shell. this piece is not repopped so it's easy to tell a glass from steel grill [ and car most likely] .
     
  20. 4speed411
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    Just needs a insert.... IMG_20190508_185652183.jpg
     
  21. David Chandler
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    That's for one of those rodent things. Just add skulls to it.
     

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