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Years ago working on ignition switch on a 79 Dodge I found out that the steering column was the same as a Chevy. Maybe another company also made the heater core.
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A radiator shop should be able to make one up using your old tanks. They can get bulk heater core... at least they used to.
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See if it looks like this https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Heater-...frcectupt=true
The Ram Charger used most stuff from the dash forward as the trucks.
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cold as all get out and my shop is full so i am working outside on this one, warmer weather coming monday may get a chance to look at it then. i knew this was going to happen, it all ways does you either have nothing to do or it all rolls in at once. three motors to pull two to rebuild, a livestock trailer that needs brake work and basically a total rewire and a f350 needing brake work. my stuff will have to wait.
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Not knowing ALL of the particulars, like what model of truck or engine size, I was somewhat limited in my search, but have you tried these guys. . .
http://www.completeradiators.com/par...HeaterZZCores/
Or These. . .
https://www.partsgeek.com/catalog/19...ater_core.html
I just went with a 77 B100 on both searches to see what showed up.

On the second one there, it's interesting to see that Without AC the heater core is $110.43 while one WITH AC is only $77.43

Looks like they have 5 on hand, though taking a second look I see they are listed as "Rear" (possibly for a Ramcharger ?)

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i am not up to speed on this era truck but i know it has a 360 engine and from my limited knowledge i think it is a w series, w meaning 4wd i assume. it is a 100, at least thats what the fender badges say. has power wagon badges on the hood, and adventurer on the truck.

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first link has one w/o a/c, second link i came up with nothing.

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learning about these, B series= van, d series = 2wd truck, and w= 4wd truck, 100, 200, etc =1/2 ton 3/4 ton and so on.
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i got the old s&^% box dodge running today, i have owned two over the years and swore them off after the second one! but as they say third time is a charm, i may just keep this one.
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I have a '76 Power Wagon, came with a 400/2v auto. It's also a Club Cab Adventurer series. 400 was trashed, replaced with a 440/4v out of a motorhome. Got to fix both fuel tanks, and replace the dash and under-dash wiring harness, r&r heater core, repair a/c, and a few other minor things.
Be careful with the shifter for the TC. Easy to break, hard to find.

I think they had a "P" series as well. It was a "van turned into a pickup". I believe it was also called a 'forward control'.
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thanks for the heads up on the TC shifter! i friggin hate spell check!!!!! i know i spelled shifter right both times. if i didnt some body please correct me.
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Looks good to me. That's how I spelled it, and spell check told me I was wrong as well.
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