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    Heater ID

    Has anyone seen a heater like this one? It's out of my '59 CJ5. It's been in there since I can remember as a kid and still work! Also, what do I do to correctly orient the pics?
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    Looks like an aftermarket Hatis heater, but do not know for sure. The original flat fender jeeps had the Harrison heaters, the same as most vehicles made at the time. They would 'll d barely warm your passenger's toes better than anything. Post a picture on ewillys.com to maybe get a little more info.

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    Thank, gm!

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    As a correction, I misspelled the heater name. Ha-Dees was the correct spelling, but I haven't found the correct model

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-193...-/192723203727

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    Old Heater

    Quote Originally Posted by gmwillys View Post
    As a correction, I misspelled the heater name. Ha-Dees was the correct spelling, but I haven't found the correct model

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-193...-/192723203727
    It will heat up your car hotter than Hades - right ....

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    Well, I remember my right foot was always warm when I rode with my grandfather, lol.

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