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Very Nice Cast Iron Radiators - Central NJ

shane_
shane_ Member Posts: 4
edited July 2016 in Buy, Sell, Barter
07/08/2016 edit: I decided not to scrap these and they are very for sale.

I have four cast iron radiators I'm looking to get rid of ASAP.

They are located ground level in a storage unit on Route 35 in Eatontown, NJ (very convenient to the Parkway and Route 18 in Monmouth County).

Dimensions (two are the exact same size):
39"H x 39"W x 9.5"D
39"H x 31"W x 9.5"D
39"H x 31"W x 9.5"D
39"H x 27"W x 9.5"D

The largest radiator is about 450-500 pounds so I'd recommend two really good men and a liftgate.

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like more pictures.

Thanks.

Shane






Comments

  • Steamhead
    Steamhead Member Posts: 14,841
    The fancy ones are Rococo rads, made by American Radiator Co. The rods holding the tops of the sections were omitted on later models, I'd put those around 1900 or so.

    Let me guess- you put in a heat pump...............
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  • Paul S_3
    Paul S_3 Member Posts: 1,257
    are you selling them? or your just giving them away?
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  • shane_
    shane_ Member Posts: 4
    Paul S said:

    are you selling them? or your just giving them away?

    These lovely radiators can be yours for any number larger than the scrap value.
  • shane_
    shane_ Member Posts: 4
    Steamhead said:

    The fancy ones are Rococo rads, made by American Radiator Co. The rods holding the tops of the sections were omitted on later models, I'd put those around 1900 or so.

    Let me guess- you put in a heat pump...............

    Thank you for the identification.

    These radiators are coming out of a Jersey Shore church that got hit hard by Sandy. Between the dwindling numbers of churchgoers and the constant threat of flooding, the priority is a heating solution that works. Anything installed in the basement is no longer feasible.

    So, yeah, elevated heat pump with help from electric baseboard in Februarys.
  • shane_
    shane_ Member Posts: 4
    I've decided to keep these to sell.

    OP updated.