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1930's 1940's Vintage Art Deco Mccord Car Truck Heater on

US $124.99

New London, Minnesota, US

New London, Minnesota, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:McCord Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:United States

Offering a 1930's, 1940's Vintage Art Deco McCord Car Truck Heater.
This heater is in excellent condition.
All 4 doors open and close freely.  The doors also have a very good shine.
It still has a lot of the original green paint.
I couldn't see any leaks in the heater core but should be checked professionally.
The motor fan does turn but needs to be rebuilt.
There aren't any cracks or missing pieces on the housing.
The heater measures 9x7x4 & the tubes are 7 1/2" center to center.
This would be excellent on any daily driver or Rat Rod or could be reconditioned for show quality.
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