Aluminum radiator - Bookshelf
Corvettes in 1968-1969 got either a copper or aluminum radiator, depending on the engine and transmission choice and whether the car was equipped with air conditioning. Small-block cars with an aluminum radiator got steel fan shrouds.
About this book
Third generation Corvettes (19681982), commonly known as C3s, are among the most plentiful and affordable Corvettes on the road today. Production spanned 15 years with more than 540,000 examples built, making these the most common of any Corvette body style. Unfortunately, many have fallen into disrepair and are in need of restoration. This book will delve into all of the idiosyncrasies of the C3s engine, drivetrain, body, chassis, and interior to guide both first time and experienced restorers to a successful conclusion of their project. * Tips to ensure correct restoration* Covers every major component* Decode stampings and part numbers* Includes accessory codes and production numbers
Aluminum radiators are the more expensive and more efficient cooling choice. They allow wider coolant tubes without adding too much weight and their welded construction doesn't impede heat transfer. Whether you choose aluminum or ...
The cooling system parts include the radiator support with shroud, the radiator with hoses, and the automatic ... TANKS All 1963-1967 Corvettes equipped with a small-block V-8 engine have a Harrison aluminum radiator installed. The 1965 ...