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SO.. i finally drove my car after a year of body work

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its hardly finished but enough to drive(hood/doors still arent on, and still need to do some undercoating and one of the rear fender lips) but i take it out anyway just because its been a year and i cant wait any longer. so here i am, having a ball because its a rocket with all that weight gone(and no doors help with the speed sensation) and apparently my engine mounts(which i was planning to do while it was still up in the air) are bad enough to let the fan hit the rad. so now not much of a useable radiator. what should i do? get a used one, get mine triple cored by ingraham( i think its salvagable) or a 320 radiator?

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Fresh body and paint?

Get one of Curts'.

Heavily modded?

get whatever is big and will fit.

Daily driver/beater/shallow pockets?

Get whatever will hold water.

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After a small accident years ago (I rear ended a mini van) half of the fins on the rad were squashed flat. I didnt leak and lasted another 8 years before I got a new core. If it aint broke dont fix it. Beaner7102

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Guest Anonymous

Go with curt can't go wrong with him. stand up guy does what he says and end product is perfect. Good combination if you ask me

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