30-31 thermo-quail cap
The Flying Quail, perched on the hood of the the 1930 Ford Model A, was one of the first Stant ornamental radiator caps. Henry Ford was an avid birdwatcher and suggested it, and even though he knew that Stant would satisfy his exciting demands for perfection in the functional performance of the cap, Mr. Ford supervised every step of the artistic design. Some theorize that the quick takeoff of a surprised covey of quail was the reasoning behind the selection of this iconic mascot.
This is a press and twist bayonet style thermo-quail to see engine coolant temperature reading. How 'bout that!
We make to order. Please allow adequate time for us to build.
Build time estimates
Brass Model Ts 6 months
Black Model Ts 5 months
Model As 10 weeks
Heater cores 4 months
Common street rods 20 weeks
Complicated street rods and restorations 30 weeks
We appreciate your patience as we continue to recruit and train new fabricators.