1961 Corvette Oem Harrison Radiator Aluminum Hi-po Only 2 X 4 Or Fi 270 Or 315hp on 2040-parts.com
Lake City, Florida, United States
For Sale: 1961 Corvette OEM Harrison Radiator aluminum Hi-Po only 2 x 4 or FI, 270HP or 315HP. This is an OEM radiator manufactured by Harrison, the GM OEM supplier. This radiator has been pressure tested a while back before it was put in storage, but will retest for a serious buyer at my expense. This is a good used radiator but will need to be restored for show quality. Part number stamped on the Harrison tag is GM P/N # 3151116 and 61L (July 1 1961) The OEM radiator is fastened with the correct Philips head screws but because the radiator has been striped and cleaned at some point the Harrison paint on the tag is missing. The correct tags are available re-pro and you can choose your production date to suit your cars build date.
Please e-mail or call for additional info or pictures. 352-318-6796
This is a very rare radiator.
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