Early Heater (core And Ducting) In Toledo

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    Vanguard

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    Glenn

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    Definitely a CJ heater.
     
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    tarry99

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    Oh it looks to be CJ style parts but looks to be orientated a little differently...........from the firewall forward?
     
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    Glenn

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    Well, I was thinking the core is upside down in orientation?
     
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    Glenn

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    Actually my parts book shows that they used that heater setup and controls when they switched to the 230 OHC engine in the wagons and trucks! One picture of his shows what appears to be a 230 exhaust manifold. Interesting! Seemingly he has a somewhat rare truck (FWIW).
     
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    tarry99

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    Yep
     
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    The 230 ohc wagons had push button ventilation controls, the same (or at least very similar) to the 1960's CJs. I've never had a heater core to compare.
    -Donny
     
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    Glenn

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    I had foolishly assumed all of the old style wagons and trucks used the same heater and controls until I discovered the noted difference beginning with the 230 in the parts book. :schooled::whistle:
     

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