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1963-1969 Ford Fairlane Aluminum 1"tubes 2 Row American Eagle Radiator on

US $199.87

Happy Valley, Oregon, US

Happy Valley, Oregon, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Interchange Part Number:AE339 Warranty:Yes


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·        Core Dimensions: 16-3/8" high x 20-1/4" wide

.           Overall Dimensions: 21-1/8" high x 22-1/8" wide

.           2 Row Featuring 1 inch Cooling Tubes / Cools up to 750hp

.          Upper inlet: 1-1/2" located on the passenger side.

·        Lower outlet: 1-1/2" located on the driver side.

·        Trans cooler:  included

·        Mount System: Bracket

·        OEM style brass petcock drain.

·        Billet fill neck and fittings,  NOT STAMPED

·        Radiator cap is included 


American Eagle systems radiators are manufactured at their ISO certified facility. They are made to high standards of quality and workmanship using the HIGHEST GRADES of aluminum available and are constructed with 100% WELDED SEAMS, BRAZED CORE TECHNOLOGY AND NO EPOXY. They come with a lifetime limited warranty and are made to install without modifications using your original mounts and fan shroud giving you the confidence you desire.


  • Higher density core: cooling rows are spaced 3/8" apart: giving you 25% more rows within the core than other aluminum radiators sold on eBay and 35% more rows than OEM copper.
  • Aluminum dissipates heat more efficiently than copper or brass
  • 14-16 cooling fins per inch (42 per square inch) giving you approximately 1500 more cooling fins than other aluminum radiators and approximately 3000 more than OEM copper radiators
  • Lighter weight
  • Outperforms other 2 row aluminum as well as 3 and 4 row copper radiators
  • High performance appearance


You get "BIG BLOCK COOLING" and "PEACE OF MIND" when you drive your car with a Champion Cooling Systems radiator


  • You could easily spend $400-600 for a  radiator of similar quality.








We will  refund (or exchange after 60 days) 100% of your money, EXCLUDING Shipping Costs, (buyer pays for all return shipping).


·        Your radiator does not fit

·        Your radiator does not cool your engine

·        Your radiator leaks

·        Contains manufacture’s defects 

You can purchase from us without worry because our guarantee gives you unconditional protection.

 You will not find a better guarantee anywhere on eBay!


Lower 48 FedEx Ground (Hawaii & Alaska Extra)

International Shipments are via FedEx International (See Shipping Drop Box For Prices)          

Our radiators are hand packed in the factory box and shipped via FedEx with Insurance.


Thank you For Your Time.





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