Garage Sale - AFCO 1955-56 Chevy Aluminum Radiator, Chevy Engine
This is garage sale priced because it is new, old stock that had a previous leak. It has been repaired at AFCO and no longer leaks. It is being sold as is pictured. Please see photos above for further details.
No fan, shroud, or trans cooler included. Radiator only.
NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS
When it comes to the cooling performance of these radiators, they are second to none. AFCO Aluminum radiators allow your car to remain at a constant temperature, which means that power delivery is more consistent. The uniformity of an all-aluminum construction radiator allows for the best pound for pound heat transfer characteristics.
- 100% Aluminum construction (no epoxy)
- Furnace brazed core
- 2 rows of 1.00" tubes
- Tanks are made of .080” 3003 aluminum for strength and durability
- TIG welded by skilled craftsmen in the USA
- Factory pressure-tested
- Filler necks feature screw-in bleed – won't crack or leak with age
- Side brackets are reverseable for mounting fore or aft of the core support
NOTE: Due to the modified nature of these vehicles, some radiators will require a minimum of drilling, etc. to mount.
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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.