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GM rad...


I have a rad.  I removed it from my 66 Chev with a 327 engine, it's too small for my BB. Replaced it with an aluminum. Rad is good, no leaks,  no loose fins, some scarring on the engine side, flows great. Just too small for my BB in 75F weather. It has extra sheet metal welded on the side brackets to fit the rad support on a full size. Would fit BOP, and mid size, Chevelle, Cutlass, Skylark, Tempest etc. ( Maybe even F--d..LOL)

If you are interested and need sizing, email me here

I got no idea on the price...$150 OBO

THX66RadA.jpg66RadB.jpg



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Im starting to look for a replacement for my rad. the rad is 24W X 21H, 28W with the brackets. Id like to find local in BC but if these aer correct sizes, ill keep it in mind if you still have in a few weeks.

thanks



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TooBad wrote:

Im starting to look for a replacement for my rad. the rad is 24W X 21H, 28W with the brackets. Id like to find local in BC but if these aer correct sizes, ill keep it in mind if you still have in a few weeks.

thanks


 Hi....That's the dimensions of mine!!  I also have a 4 core rad out of  65-66.  Rad is pooched, but the tanks are good, if you are interested.



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I ended up getting my rad recored. thanks



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