AFCO Direct Fit 1978-88 GM Radiators
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With AFCO Direct Fit aluminum radiators, you can use the same tools to install your new radiator as you did to remove the old one. They are 100% TIG welded, 100% pressure tested and use no epoxy or sealers. These radiators were designed for the rigors of racing, but we added the mounts to allow you to use their superior design on the street. Be sure to check the Application tab for vehicle fitment!
- 1978-87 Buick Regal
- 1978-88 Cutlass/442/Hurst Olds
- 1978-88 Monte Carlo
- 1978-87 Pontiac Grand Prix
- 1978-81 Pontiac Lemans
- 1980-86 Impala
- 1980-86 Caprice
When selecting Finish and Fan Shroud Finish, here are the abbreviations:
S = Satin
B = Black
P = Polished
Fan Shroud Finish
NA = No Fan and Shroud
SS = Single Fan, Satin
SP = Single Fan, Polished
SB = Single Fan, Black
DS = Dual Fan, Satin
DP = Dual Fan, Polished
DB = Dual Fan, Black
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Q & A
Tim talks about a few aluminum radiators we have to offer.
Speedway Motors employee Pat joins us once again. This time Pat is talking to the Model A and Model T owners, specifically in regards to Moto-Meters and accessories.
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks used an AFCO radiator in the ground-up rebuild of the Speedway Motors 1952 Chevy truck.
Pat gives some tips about choosing the right fan for your application.