1917-1923 Model T Radiator "Low" style Extreme Touring
1917-1923 Model T Radiator "Low" style Extreme Touring

1917-1923 Model T Radiator "Low" style Extreme Touring

17-23 "T" Radiator EXTREME 10FPI

Regular price $900.00

We added the extreme touring at the request of our customers . 40% More copper, 293% more tube wall surface area that the OE design.  The central support bar is removed and replaced with a cradle bracket like the early Fords and overheating concerns become a thing of the past.

This radiator is intended as a drop in replacement for the 1924-1927 Ford Model T and TT.  It is called "hi style" or tall radiator because its core measures 18-3/8".  It is set-up for the OE engine in its production year. There are core options available based on usage and budget.

  • If you are building a speedster or a car that will be used in parades on 100-degree days, we recommend our more efficient flat-tube core. The elongated "flat" tube core design.  With 2.93xs the surface area of the OE tube shape it drops the engine temperature
  • Ford did not produce honeycomb radiators for the Model Ts but Corcoran Manufacturing Company of Cincinnati produced the Peerless style as an aftermarket product for the Ford Model Ts.  If you like the look and want a functioning Honeycomb Radiator for your brass Model T please call us directly to order this unique design.  Call for details

Notes:

Unfortunately we cannot guarantee the fitment of 100 year old caps.  Aftermarket caps are test fit and available for purchase. 

Some Images reflect past builds to assist with visualization of modifications e.g. polished brass, 6v fans etc

If you have modified or altered your vehicle in anyway, please order from the bespoke radiator section.  If you wish to restore your OE radiator using your OE tanks, brackets and/or castings please visit the restoration section of our website to begin the process.

Made in the USA

  • Galvanized steel support bar runs under the tank (like the 1909)
  • Die stamped three piece brass top tanks with model correct die stampings
  • Drawn brass bottom tanks with relief for crank guide
  • Galvanized steel sidewalls to resist rust
  • Cast red brass rod support to prevent rust
  • Internal baffle in top tank to prevent cooling loss
  • Properly offset cast red brass inlet
  • Polished nickel plated filler neck 
  • Cast stay rod guide and hinge holder
  • Painted flat black to aid in heat exchange
  • Made in the USA with 100% North American sourced parts and materials (yes, even the lead)