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Looking for an affordable radiator support for a 1956 Chevy somewhat locally. I'm in Tracy but will travel a bit. I'll be in Lodi Friday night.

Can use either a V8 or six popper.

Many thanks guys! :anim_44:
 

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I have one really nice one, but live in Texas. What is affordable?

Joey
 

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I've got one, been modified a little to accept a bigger radiator, looks like. Still functional. I'll be going to the Pomona Swap meet, be there Oct 19-20., if that helps. I'll bring it, you tell me what it's worth to you and it's yours.
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I guess "affordable" is somewhat relative. New ones shipped to your door are $200. I sold a nice used 1957 V8 radiator support for $60 on Craigslist not to long ago, I guess that's what I'd consider affordable.

I've always wanted to go to the Pomona Swap meet, but it's a little far for me. Thank you for the offer though! :D :beer:
 

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Can use either a V8 or six popper.
The V8 and 6 cyl are quite a bit different. Where is your radiator going?
Check your other post. The U pieces can be interchanged between years according to the parts book.
 

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