David R. Conrad wrote:
> Seems there are only 2 real radiator shops on the Big Island--both in
> Hilo (other side). The shop I used to rebraze the "T" basically
> installs replacement (new) radiators, and sends hard stuff like recoring
> to a shop in Hilo. I'll get it back on the 2nd day after I drop it of
> to them.
> The shop, Daleco, called to find out if it could be done, and for how
> much, I was told, for a 3-row, $200, and for a "high efficiency",
> 3-row, $240.
> How does that sound to those who have had it done?
> How does that sound to those of you who have had the job done?
> (I will not be surprised to learn that the quoted prices are a "bit"
> expensive--just interested in how much of a "bit".)
> Thanks in advance!
> '68 1600
It's expensive in paradise. I paid $135.00 for a 3 row rebuild. Of
course you would have to move to Arizona in August to get their special