Radiator 3-Row Aluminum 24" Type 379 1967-1970

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Product Description

24" Type 379 Aluminum 3-Row Radiator for 1967-1970 Mustangs.

This top-quality aftermarket radiator is a great, lightweight upgrade for your 1967-1970 Mustang. Aluminum radiators offer better cooling than even a larger copper core radiator. This aluminum radiator will help keep your Mustang cool, even during the hottest of days.

100% tig welded, this radiator features an all-aluminum design, including the tanks and mounting brackets. Includes 12-month manufacturer's warranty.

-Transmission cooler
-Billet fill neck
-High performance 16lb cap
-Aluminum tanks & mounting brackets

-OEM style brass petcock
-2mm thick fittings & tank
-3/8" spaced tubes
-14-16 fins/inch

-Overall = 20-13/16" x 25-5/16" x 2"
-Core = 16" x 24-1/4"
-Inlet = 1-1/2" (passenger side)
-Outlet = 1-3/4" (driver side)

*May require a shorter fan spacer.
*Saddle mount inserts must be trimmed. Wider radiators may require additional saddle mount modifications.

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Product Reviews

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So far, so good!
I am resurrecting a '67 fastback drag race car. It had been in storage for over 30 years, and the cooling system looked bad. I wanted to upgrade to an aluminum radiator, so I ordered this unit. I waited longer to get this part than any other part I have ordered from CJ's, but it arrived and fit good. I had to modify the stock mounts, but that was fairly easy.
I've only driven the car a few miles, but the temp is staying cool.
I only gave it a 4 star rating because it took so long to arrive, I had to replace the leaking petcock, and it was missing the radiator overflow fitting on the neck. (So far haven't been able to locate a fitting to fit the threads ~ I wonder if it should have been sent with the radiator?)
Jeff November 23, 2014
excellent! cool as a cucumber!
Beautiful looking
Functions perfectly
Greg Hildebrand June 27, 2014
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