Speedway 1932 Ford Aluminum Radiator, Chevy Engine, Stock Height
1932 Ford Model B, Aluminum, Centered Inlet Location, Lower Right Outlet Location, Natural
There is no reason not to run an aluminum radiator in your '32 Ford hot rod anymore. At first people were leery they would not stand up to vibration. Then they thought they would be damaged easily. Our radiators have stood the test of time and have proven themselves to be reliable, tough and efficient in both cooling and cost. These radiators are designed for Chevy engines in a 1932 Ford chassis and work with stock '32 grille shells.
- For Chevy engine in a 1932 Ford chassis
- Use with stock height '32 Ford grille shell
- Two rows of 1" furnace brazed cores
- Dummy filler neck in original location
- Includes brackets for radiator support rods
- Built in automatic transmission cooler with 1/8" NPT inlet
- Drain petcock
- 1/2" NPT port at bottom for sending unit
- Stamped upper & lower tanks
- All tig welded assembly
- Lower tank depth is 3” front to back
- Upper tank depth is 3-¾” front to back
- Side straps/baffles are 4” from front to back
- Radiator neck extends 1” up past upper tank
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
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Q & A
Tim talks about a few aluminum radiators we have to offer.
Looking for an inexpensive radiator for your derby car? Check out this video to see why the Speedway Motors Universal Aluminum Radiator is the perfect solution.
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Tim talks about the process of adapting a full size 1932 Ford Radiator to fit in his 1929 Ford Roadster project.
Speedway Motors employee Tim M. keeps his cool with a custom install of a 1932 radiator in his 29 roadster project. Follow along as he walks step by step through the process.
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