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3 Row Champion Radiator 1966-1977 Ford Bronco on

US $223.98

Orange, California, US

Orange, California, US
Return policy details:We pay the shipping when the buyer selected the correct radiator for their vehicle and it does not fit, cool properly or has a defect. Buyer errors must be returned at their cost. Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:60 Days Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return shipping will be paid by:Seller Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Champion Cooling Manufacturer Part Number:CC521 Warranty:Yes

All Aluminum Radiator
For 1966 - 1977 Ford Bronco

3 Row- will cool 600hp



Part: CC521

4-Row Mounts needed for this thicker radiator
      • Core Dimensions: 18 1/4" high x 19 1/2" wide (3 row core)
      • Overall Dimensions:  21" high x 26 3/8" wide (at widest point)
      • Upper inlet: 1 1/2" located on driver side.
      • Lower outlet: 1 3/4" located on passenger side.
      • Auto trans cooler: included
      • OEM mount system
      • OEM style brass petcock drain.
      • Billet style fill neck construction NOT STAMPED
      • Radiator cap is included                                                                                                 



Champion Cooling Systems radiators are manufactured at an ISO certified facility.
They are made to high standards of quality and workmanship using the
HIGHEST GRADES of aluminum available and are constructed
They come with a lifetime limited warranty and are made to install with limited or no modifications using your original mounts and fan shroud giving you the confidence you desire.    
Champion Customer Testimony and Video
1970 Ford Mustang Coupe 302/5.0 HO EFI +450hp!
After rebuilding my 302 and making it a HOTT EFI 306 with MANY add-ons, my stock radiator could not keep it cool (see before pic). Everyone I talked to suggested getting a 3-Row Aluminum Radiator and told me to expect to pay upwards of $500. I researched and researched and found Classic Radiators ebay store who had the best value and a perfect fit Champion Cooling 3-Row Aluminum Radiator for under $300. The installation was painless, all the inlets and outlets matched perfectly including the transmission cooler lines. My uncle and I installed in less than an hour, now he went and bought a Champion for his 54 Chevy truck.
    • Higher density core: cooling rows are spaced 3/8" apart: giving you 25% more rows than other aluminum radiators and 35% more rows than OEM copper.
    • Aluminum dissipates heat more efficiently than copper or brass
    • 14-16 cooling fins per inch giving you approximately 1500 more cooling fins than other aluminum radiators and approximately 3000 more than OEM copper
    • Lighter weight
    • Outperforms other 2 row aluminum as well as 3 and 4 row copper radiators
    • High performance appearance
Our product comparison shows examples of the typical differences between our radiators and the others found on eBay. Why put anything but the best in your car?



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We will  refund (or exchange within 60 days) 100% of your money (Including All Shipping Costs) If:


·       Your radiator does not fit

·       Your radiator does not cool your engine

·       Your radiator leaks

·        Contains manufacture’s defects

·        Or for some reason you just do not like it!

(These conditions only apply to a radiator purchased for the above mentioned list of applications)

After 60 days if your radiators leaks you only need to return your radiator and we will send

you a free replacement for as long as you own your car!

You will not find a better guarantee anywhere on eBay!



Our radiators are hand packed in the factory box and Shipped via FedEx.
(Hawaii, Puerto Rico & Alaska Extra)
International Shipments are via USPS Priority Mail International

Questions? Call our Store manager

(714) 974-1650 - Geoff

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