910dohead wrote: ↑February 7th, 2020, 8:40 pm This is a picture of the correct heatsink on the Ecto-1. It's actually two separate heatsinks bolted together and not a single one. Plus, the way the fins are designed possibly makes it proprietary.
Actually, that is the heat sink that got replaced in the "first" restoration. Probably around 1986 - 1988, just before Ghostbusters 2. And it's the one they've kept on the car ever since. In fact, that is the same kind of heat sink that is used on the Ecto-1A.
The true original heat sink is like the one I have. Here are some pictures of the original black heat sink on the original filming car.
In this picture, just above Ray's head, the original black heat sink can be seen:
DeLoreanDMC81 wrote: ↑February 7th, 2020, 7:36 pm It measures at 13" long.Very happy you find one
The Searcher wrote: ↑January 21st, 2022, 2:21 am Isn’t the original black heat sink present here on the original Ectomobile in the opening of Ghostbusters 2?:Sadly no, it looks like the heatsink on Ecto-1 at the start of GBII was the version 910dohead posted earlier in the thread:
#60105 profile from AAVID Thermalloy, now part of Boyd Corporation.
Aavid Thermalloy catalog page:
https://info.boydcorp.com/hubfs/Thermal ... -Guide.pdf.
Go to PDF page 53 and look at #11
Listing from the Boyd Corporation:
https://www.boydcorp.com/files/part-doc ... rawing.png
The Searcher wrote: ↑February 5th, 2022, 2:32 am The folks working on the Northern Illinois Ghostbusters 2 Ectomobile recently acquired what appears to be the correct heat sink:I also got a set of those. And they are dead on for what is on the original Ecto-1A, and that horrible excuse of a restoration, the original Ecto-1.
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