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aluminium radiator factory style which one is best

hi, i am thinking of changing my 67 gto 4 core harrison rad to a aluminium 2 core rad, i want it to look stock and fit with messing up things, anyone done this what company makes the best rads out there, thanks
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If you want it to look stock, it'll need to be black anodized or painted - right?

I had my radiator built by Mark 7 radiator --- love it. I'm running electric fans on mine but I'm sure they could build you whatever you want.

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I have an Afco aluminum radiator in my car. They make one that looks stock with the stamped tanks (thats what I have) it has 1" tubes and fit my car perfectly plus it met my budget, the list price is $327.

Heres a link to Speedway motors but others sell them as well.

Speedway 1966-67 Chevelle Aluminum Radiator - Speedway Motors, America's Oldest Speed Shop
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If you want it to look stock, it'll need to be black anodized or painted - right?

I had my radiator built by Mark 7 radiator --- love it. I'm running electric fans on mine but I'm sure they could build you whatever you want.

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yes i will paint it black, i want to find one with the ribbed top tank similar to my harrison, i dont want one of those square looking industrial alu rads....my harrison is fine really, but has had a repair on the top tank not sure why, and i am told aluminium rad will cool much better so i'm thinking store the harrison and get the aluminium for reliabilty and better cooling, but i'm not totally sold on the idea as i do have the correct harrison now and do like things correct....
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