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Old 06-16-2005, 01:20 PM
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mount your radiator shell yet?? That will tell you how much room you need to make up brackets and fit in a radiator. Take some measurements and go to the radiator shop with your measurments...they will help you find what fits.


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Flathead V8 Tbucket radiator

The 3-row core 65-66 Mustang radiator is the most popular radiator for Tbuckets with any engine, big or small block, OHV or flathead. The upper and lower tanks can have the additional necks installed at your local radiator shop for the dual flattie hose configuration.
I plan on using one for the flattie-powered roadster I hope to start on late this year. I've got the engine, flat-o-matic kit, C-4 automatic, 57 Chevy rearend, frame, body, windshield assembly, Toyota steering, fuel tank, and 33 Dodge tubular front axle.
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