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Old 07-25-2017, 06:54 AM   #41
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I purchased and just last night, received my Cold Case radiator for my '71 GTO. I will be installing it soon, therefore I can't attest to how well it works. I looked it over well. Definitely a quality radiator. Polished. Very nice welding. I did much research on radiators before making this purchase. I've purchased before from Auto City Classic and don't recall any problems with their aluminum radiators. Their price was very fair. Actually, I bought 3 radiators for my trifives from them. Nothing but a positive experience with them. This time though, I wanted something I thought might be better to cool my Pontiac engine which likes to run hot. I know Cold Case are more expensive then some others, but they received real good reviews. For the extra money, I didn't want anymore grief or aggravation. Do it once, do it right. I'm expecting big things from this radiator and I'm sure it will deliver. The only thing I don't like, is the name Cold Case sprayed on the inside of the radiator. I know with the shroud, 7 blade fan and angle, you probably won't see much or any of the name at all. So why do it at all?? Anyhow, I will report back once I finish the install, Carmine.
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Are you in the 6 or 8 cyl position with your new radiator? Frank
6cyl position
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If it was me (and I'm fully aware that it isn't) I'd get the Harrison re-cored. 100% original fit, looks and function. Perfectly adequate for any stock setup.
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i can tell you guys this,i bought the Cold Case radiator for my 57 as i wanted a nice polished radiator.my car does not have a stock engine,far from it actually. its got a pretty nasty small block that i had in a nova i went 6.90s at the track with. the cold case fits great and keeps it cool even while sitting in traffic here in Ga. im very happy with them and it looks killer,it will not be my last cold case radiator i buy i can promise you guys that,and there customer service was very top notch also
I would be great to see a pic of your setup. Did you use a six cylinder core support or use offset brackets to mount in?
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I would be great to see a pic of your setup. Did you use a six cylinder core support or use offset brackets to mount in?
mine has a 6cyl core support in it and ill have to get pics of it,im currently out of town racing and traveling home today
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