The Ford Model T Radiator; an evolution in design

Early Model T Radiators were produced by Paris and Briscoe (0-2,500), McCord (2,500-8,500, and Detroit Radiator (~8,500) and there are considerable variations in construction.  Brass era Ts from 1910 to 1916 also have many common dimensions.  The stamped script, the neck design, use of rivets, decorative brass supports, integrated support bars, location of gas tubes and even the advent of electric light were changes that occurred along the way.  Please refer to the chart to understand the evolution of the brass era Model T.  Thanks to Trent Boggess and many others for his efforts in collecting and documenting the history on the Model T.