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Vintage Restored 1958 Chevrolet Radiator Harrison 4 Row For High Performance 348 on

US $425.00

Glendale, California, United States

Glendale, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Harrison Surface Finish:restored Manufacturer Part Number:3141434 Warranty:No Interchange Part Number:none

This is the correct radiator for a 348 tri-power car. I purchased this in 1991 for my tri-powered Impala which I sold before I could install it. It has the correct "V" cell core which was new when I purchased it. It's been in storage since. I ran a 25 pound pressure test today for 4 hours without loss of pressure or water. (see last picture) 

Top outlet = 1 1/2", bottom = 1 3/4"

This is for an automatic equipped car, with a built in trans cooler. 

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