I need a radiator for a 1963 Lincoln Continental.
That's gonna be tough to find. Are you replacing an existing one, how bad is it? Those old ones were copper and can be rebrazed and fixed. Maybe retro fit a newer one with the same overall size and inlet and outlets. Not too sure where to spec that out at the moment.
Wow, I hope you still have the old one, there are still some old fashion radiator shops around that still do it the hard way, if you can find one they might be able to build one one using the existing frame work if it is good but it will be costly as they still use copper cores. Or do as Tom suggested and try to retro in a new radiator made of aluminium.
You can try ebay motors or Google "1963 Lincoln radiator". The original Lincoln part number is C3VY-8005- A. Fits a 1964 model too. HTH. -Jim
Thanks for advice...
http://www.hemmings.com/hmn/stories/2006/02/01/hmn_feature4.html Boom! Personally I like Lincoln Land, and Baker's Auto, but the Lincoln Farm probably has what you need. Might be pricey. Ebay usually has them every now and then.
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