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Old 04-03-2017, 12:53 PM
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Default Radiator fan cover

Hi folks

1959 ford thunderbird 352v8

I noticed the radiator fan cover is really expensive to buy ...... Expenses to buy and bring here would be abt 350 eur ... Due to high shipping costs

is there somebody who have one which is not fitted in place and can be so kind to send me a msg with a sketch showing the measurments.. preferably in mm .. for i s like to manufacture one in sheetl metal in my shop


Much regards

Geoffrey from Malta Europe
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I used a 18" x 24" "build your own" kit from Summit Racing.
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Old 04-05-2017, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Dakota Boy View Post
I used a 18" x 24" "build your own" kit from Summit Racing.
Hey DB, I think this is just what the doctor ordered. Have you installed it yet? Pics????
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The re-prod ones work, but $$$$$$
They don't fit perfectly.
If you can find an early 60s full size Ford or Merc w/the
orig metal shroud. Then you'll have a factory looking
piece that fits right.
John Byers
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