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They don't make em like this anymore!

can probably belt out show tunes in a cabaret.

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  • Old AJ
    Old AJ Member Posts: 1


    I'm in need of a replacement radiator, so I posted an ad on craigslist. Somebody from a nearby town just sent me the attached pic of radiators she has for sale. They are too small for the room, but I sure wish they weren't.

    Anybody seen ones like these before? With a little refinishing, they could be gorgeous.
  • D107
    D107 Member Posts: 1,791
    this is closest i've found

    at this url:

    http://www.demolitiondepot.com/vo/demo/inv/detail.asp?ID=15550

    good luck,

    David
  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928


    Watch ebay. I've seen (and posted here) a number of that style. Not positive, but believe they're only for steam as they don't appear to be connected across the top.
  • Tombig_4
    Tombig_4 Member Posts: 45
    Ornate

    Yeah, no kidding. I think a few were beheaded during the French Revolution.
  • ttekushan_3
    ttekushan_3 Member Posts: 942
    unusual radiator

    I have one of those. It was on a tree lawn near me and was carefully disassembled and placed so the nipples would not get damaged. Then last year I serviced a boiler at a home not far from that fruitful treelawn that had the same thing.

    I can't find a name on them anywhere, and are not in any of the books. Steamhead has posited that they may be Smith radiators. They are quite something.

    Terry
    terry
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