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Was this standard or an option #231257
01/18/12 10:03 AM
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The following is an overflow from 1934.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1934-35-36-37-38...ies&vxp=mtr

Can anyone tell me if this was standard or an option.

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Re: Was this standard or an option [Re: 1928isgreat] #231264
01/18/12 01:59 PM
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I only have my 1938 parts catalog handy & it show 1937-1938,
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Re: Was this standard or an option [Re: 1928isgreat] #231276
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The accessory overflow tank came out in 1938 and would retrofit any years back. It will not fit a 1940 or later as it is too tall to fit above the battery. The 1940 and up tank is shorter. The 1938-1939 tank is very rare. I have a new one and will sell it for $25 less than what this one sells for.


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Re: Was this standard or an option [Re: Chev Nut] #231283
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It is interesting that the 38 parts book shows the tank in one picture and calls it: "Automatic Anti-freeze Overflow Return Tank" List price $1.95. New terminology to me.


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