Look in the Grassroots Motorsports Ro-Spit series.. If I remember they used
a VW.. but I don't recall how much modification they needed to do.
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> Subject: Aluminum radiators
> I've read where people have used volkswagen, GM
> aluminum (shortened) and custom multiple-core
> radiators in their spitfires.
> I notice that most aluminum radiators run in the $300+
> range and that's for a standard Ford/GM size (which is
> bit pricey when you throw in the assundries).
> Anyone have suggestions for a contemporary stock car
> which uses an aluminum radiator that will fit a
> spitfire's 22"-24" wide bracket, or some other set-up
> (e.g. using a specific wider radiator with a different
> bracket/mounting) to fit in the same space, and same
> general locations for plumbing (upper left inlet,
> lower right outlet)?
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