The Livingston Super V Radiator was patterned like Edsel Ford's first speedster radiator, the Livingston V. It fits a standard Model T frame and follows the same contour of the hood as a standard polished Model T radiator produced by Ford between 1909 and 1916. If you crank the motor, your crank will need an extension. The front trim piece can be simple or more elaborate depending upon the direction you provide.
We have also seen the radiator advertised and produced with square cartridge by Fedder's Radiators and a chevron pattern film core. We construct the Livingston three round tube cores and a common header but can build with spiraled tube, flared cartridge, film or a variety of other designs.