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Frosty last won the day on September 4

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  1. Hi Frosty, this is my first post. Thought I would inquire if anyone could put me on to a 1931 pontiac radiator?

    1. Frosty


      Hi Rebel.

      I think I might have found you a place you might be able to get one. It's called the Brass Works. Call them and see what they have.


      1931 Pontiac RadiatorPrice  $0.00 
      Product Description
      1931 Pontiac Radiator with cellular film core or efficient flat tube and fin construction

      Please contact us directly to discuss your Pontiac radiator restoration or radiator fabrication.

      The Brassworks mailing address is:

      The Brassworks
      500 Linne Road - Unit I
      Paso Robles, CA 93446

      Telephone 805-239-2501 
      Facsimile 805-239-2545

      Email sales@thebrassworks.net

      Hours of operation are from 8:30AM-4:30PM PST. Saturdays by appointment.

      Welcome to FP by the way. 

      Also, don't expect to be cheap.

    2. rebel


      I've already contacted them last year and their "reproduction" honeycomb is too narrow for my tanks. They did offer to try and duplicate my original radiator for a prohibitive cost.

    3. Frosty


      Have you considered calling Be Cool or some other popular aluminium radiator manufacturers? I am sure it will probably still need to be custom and therefore expensive.

      The only other lead I have for you currently are a three guys that advertise in the POCI Smoke Signals that claim that they have some new old stock parts for 30s to the 70s Pontiacs. I consider this a long shot but perhaps they have a different lead for you that I do.

      Robert Chistanell - 770-476-4665 - Georgia

      Wes Krumm - 860-22501191 - Connecticut - claims to have some '26-'32 parts

      Kurt Kelsey Antique Pontiac Parts - 641-648-9086 - Iowa

      Another thought might be to contact the Early Times Chapter of the POCI. They are dedicated to stock or restored flathead Pontiacs from 1926 to 1954. Someone might have a lead for you there too.



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