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Old 04-27-2013, 06:22 AM
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37 Chevy Master Deluxe

New guy with good 37 Chevy Master Deluxe 2 Dr Sedan
want to make some upgraded and need tips
on radiator grille replacement. Hope someone
can give me poknters

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on these beautiful sleep machines, i would keep the grille.

i purchased a 37 chevy radiator from summitracing for my 30 olds.

700 bucks worth, but it keeps the engine cool
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So, are you looking to replace the current grill with a better-condition stock type grill?
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Yes. Have a new alum billet grille on hand but
really don't care for looks. Need original type
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As a source, try I and I in Paramount, CA. They are not just a sales organization, but essentially a tool and die shop with their own tooling and make many of their items themselves. They also sell to many other distribution companies. Their grills are steel, or stainless.

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Thanks. Will do Monday AM.
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Sorry, I and I Reproductions.

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Got it. Looked them up and will call on Monday
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Yes. Have a new alum billet grille on hand but
really don't care for looks. Need original type
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Hi,

Are you interested in selling the alum grill? Got any pics? I have a 38 sedan and will be needing a grill.
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38 sedan

Are the 37 and 38 grills similar enough in shape for this to work?

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38 sedan

Are the 37 and 38 grills similar enough in shape for this to work?

PatM
Good point, I did a little checking after reading your comment and it seems they are a little different shape. Jumped the gun on that one.
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