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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Sep 21st, 12, 5:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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1967 Chevelle Heater Core Box

I recently purchased a Reproduction Heater Box for a 1967 Chevelle Super Sport. This is the steel box that mounts under the dash that contains the heater core. This is a Dynacorn Part # 1536. Dynacorn lists this part as a 1967 GTO Heater Box. Just to pass it on this is an EXACT duplicate of my Original Heater Box for my 1967 Chevelle right down to the last detail. Show quality! For some reason Dynacorn only lists it for a 1967 GTO. Well folks, It it fits 1964-1967 Chevelle, And is a Super Reproduction. Just thought I would pass this on for anyone that is interested. I paid $226.00
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old Sep 21st, 12, 5:34 PM
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Thanks. Now I know to ask less than that to move the nice GM one I have.
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Thanks. Now I know to ask less than that to move the nice GM one I have.
Or more since it is the real deal not a reproduction. I had several 64 - 67 heater boxes and only asked $50 each. Now I know why they sold so quickly

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Re: 1967 Chevelle Heater Core Box

In my case I live in Ohio and could not locate a good clean original replacement. Used was not an option. My original was in very poor condition after 45 years. But for a replacement this is a spot on Repo.
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Good to hear that at least one company is making good reproduction parts. Did it state the country of origin?

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Or more since it is the real deal not a reproduction. I had several 64 - 67 heater boxes and only asked $50 each. Now I know why they sold so quickly
You have a point. Most times you can get more for a GM part. Some people won't pay the same or more than repros, especially ones not seen. Unless they absolutely have to have GM. Everyone is different. Years ago heater boxes never brought a lot of coin. Dime a dozen. Now they're gone or mouse urine rotted them out.
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Most of the parts I sell go east of the rocky mountains. I have learned from buyers the differences in some of the parts. Subtle stampings between various years and different original suppliers.
I am not regretting selling for the prices I did, if i wanted top dollar the parts would have been on eBay while I watched the bidding wars

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looking for some tips/info on the reremoval of the box myself as my 66 Elcamino needs a heater core replacement and it looks to have to come out from the inside not from outside, The season here is ending quick and the wife and I have one more cruise 200-300 miles up to maine and new hampsire to take, and I agree a little heat would be nice. I hate it when they're right! I snapped one of the necks putting the lines back on. The very last thing to complete after the fresh motor/enging bay project!!!! ANY tips or info would be welcomed.

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that makes the rust free heater box I bought at a swap meet for 10 bucks a super deal

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Good info man...
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