Classic Car Radiator –

Classic car parts are rather hard to find these days and it’s always a nice feeling when you discover there is someone else out there interested in the matter and capable of offering some support. It’s the case not only of the classic car part stores and junk and salvage yards, but also the case of many companies that have decided to focus on reconditioning classic car parts for those interested.

One example of such a company that specializes in reconditioning classic car radiators is Aaron Radiators which started its activity in 1962 and since then has changed the faith of a record number of classic car radiators. In the eyes of its employees, any radiator deserves a second chance and no matter how old or damaged it is, in the end will become completely functional. That’s because it will benefit from the technological innovations and get modern cores that are without a doubt superior to those manufactured decades ago.

They can assure you their specialists will be able to save and restore your classic car radiator no matter the time frame when it was produced. They are able to provide assistance for car radiators with honeycomb type cores, for those with film block and any other type of classic car radiator that will be returned to its owner in a perfect shape. The oldest radiator they worked on was a 1904 DeDion manufactured by using 9 ft of 1/2‘’ copper tubes and circular copper grills mounted on a hardwood frame.

1904 DeDion

Another impressive restoration was that of a classic car radiator belonging to a 1929 Buick Phaeton. As a result of their work the car was able to finish the 2010 Peking to Paris Rally. Their work was focused on replacing the original film block core with a more modern core. This is one of the upgrades that can also be considered cost effective. Therefore, if you’re the owner of a classic car with such a problem you should consider this option because now you know it’s efficient.

The restoration performed on more “recent” classic ca radiators from the 50’s, the 60’s and the 70’s can more easily maintain most of the original elements of this car part. You can decide to have it identically restored to its factory condition or choose to have it upgraded to a certain level. Many owners of Aston Martins, Rolls Royce and Jaguars can benefit from a shelf radiator if they agree to an exchange. All they need to do is call in advance and find more details about the price and about what’s currently available.

Brassworks is another company that is able to help you restore your classic car radiator. They are willing to work with you and draw the new radiator in front of your eyes and only then move on to the radiator assembly. They guarantee a restoration to original standards if you are putting together a show car, as long as you provide them with the existing sidewalls, brackets and top tanks. They can replicate any look and also can handle race car radiators and other one-off fabricated pieces. Their services were offered for classic car owners that were preparing their cars for the Concours D’Elegance, but also for customers just interested in enjoying their classic beauty. That’s why the price is adjusted to the customer’s budget, trying to cover all the features he decides to request. And you should definitely trust them because they’ve restored car radiators for many classic cars manufactured in different time frames (from 1910 to the 1970s) and belonging to more than one brand.

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