Model T Radiators produced between 1909 and 1916 have common dimensions. The use of support brackets or a integrated support bar in the core, stamped Ford logo script design, the neck design, use of rivets, decorative brass supports, location of gas tubes and/or electric light wire channel were changes that occurred along the way. Please refer to the chart to understand the evolution of the brass era Model T when ordering.
It is not uncommon to find later model radiator to appear on earlier cars or variation on the design. We produce to a standard but most of the changes are simple modifications so if your radiator does not match the description or you need anything special, just email us in the comments or call us directly.
In December of 1910 Ford Model Ts used a priming rods routed between the fins of the radiator. In January of 1911, Ford drilled a choke rod hole in the lower part of the front trim. The Brassworks does not drill this hole in 1909-1910 radiators.
Price includes 10% royalty fee paid to Ford for the gracious use of their logo.