1940-1941 (early) Ford Radiator Reproduction with solid core
1940-1941 (early) Ford Radiator Reproduction with solid core
1940-1941 (early) Ford Radiator Reproduction with solid core
1940-1941 (early) Ford Radiator Reproduction with solid core
1940-1941 (early) Ford Radiator Reproduction with solid core

1940-1941 (early) Ford Radiator Reproduction with solid core

1940 solid core radiator no wire channel

Regular price $1,099.00

This radiator is intended as a drop in replacement and set-up for the OE engine in its production year.  We make these with a solid core and no wire channel. 

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

In this period Ford manufactured radiators at Dearborn (D), and also at Green Island G) and had three additional suppliers, Modine (MO), McCord (MC), and Long (L). Ford furnished those outside suppliers with top and bottom tanks (11A) to be fitted with cores.  1940 and early (~January 1941) had the top fill on the angled portion of the tank.  Later in 1941 they had a center filler cap. 

1940 passenger car, regardless of model, has the filler at an angle and a split core. There will always be "91A" stamped in the top tank. Some time around March, 1940, Ford began outsourcing some of the radiator manufacturing. At that time, the "91A' was stamped in the upper tank as well as other identifying markings that indicated the supplier to Ford. The radiators manufactured by Ford had "B1" stamped in them as well as either the letter "D" (Dearborn plant) or the letter "G" (Green Island plant). Radiators supplied by Modine had "B2" stamped in them and those supplied by McCord, had "B3".

Please order accordingly.