Steve you might inquire from some first class restoration shops to see if
their top welder can't shorten that radiator. We used to take the stock
Corvette radiators and reduce them in several shapes and did it right in our
shop. I had a great heli-arc guy who did the job so I know it can be done
and those radiators were really thin material. The worst thing they can say
is "get out".
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To: <FOT@autox.team.net>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2000 8:03 AM
Subject: Aluminum rad for Spit
> Greetings all,
> I made a slight error last month when I ordered an aluminum radiator to be
> made up for my GT6 by AFCO racing. I specified it to measure 12"x23"x3".
> Trouble is that I needed 11" tall and now I can't fit this beautiful bit
> work under my hood.
> The dimensions of this Rad make it perfect for a Spitfire. It would fit in
> the stock frame and save a few pounds up front. There is one caveat
> it was built with no filler on the tank so would require a swirl pot or
> header tank on the firewall.
> If anyone is interested I'll pass it on for $300.00 and I'll cover the