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Discussion in 'Original Drivetrain Topic' started by tcwcar, Feb 9, 2010.
Lets hope not
One more small addition to this thread...in the photos in post #7 you may see a small letter "D" between the "C" and the "T" on the side tank. This is the date code for the tank. In this case "D" is for April. Of course for a concours or Legends judged car I think this needs to be prior to the car assembly date, but not too prior. Maybe within a three months? Comments to this appreciated (Chuck Sharin). My 04B car has an "A".
I have an auto (IA CS Radiator) that has what looks like the number "0" or the letter "O" stamped between the CS. What date code would that be? It doesn't fit the 12 month letter/numbering system.
Hmmm....I based my comment on this:
and several of my own observations of cars.
Now there may have been a change between 69 and 70 or an O may denote a parts counter replacement. Does it still have the metal tag attached?
Just when I think I may be getting the hang of these numbers, something different comes along.
Are you sure it isn't a "D"? Does and April build radiator make sense to your cars build date?
See post 7 in the following:
Maybe a "C":
Well, it could be a C. I'll have to clean the paint to get a better look.
I have a 70 4-speed radiator I could see parting with. I don't know what a reasonable price would be to ask for it. If someone on here NEEDS this for their project and wants to discuss it, email me at email@example.com.
I'm interested I will send you a message.
On another note: I noticed on the pictures posted by FZ-28's, the hose clip has the letters BO on it, but I know there is the exact same radiator, same IA CT LF 62 tag with part number 302 13 00 0 , but it has an AG coded hose clip ?
Anyone have any thoughts ?