C, G, & J Inc

Heat Transfer Experts

2776 Wills Creek Road
Gadsden, AL 35904
1-800-223-4299
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American Made All Aluminum Custom Radiators

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08 February 2013  |  C, G, & J Inc  |  Heat Transfer Experts
There is nothing better than the all American classic cars whether they are factory stock setup or have been modified with a V8 conversion. You want to keep them running with the best parts around, which is why you need an all aluminum classic radiator from C, G, & J Inc.

We manufacture all of our radiators in the U.S.A.  This lets us ensure that only the highest quality materials are used to build our custom radiators.  Our manufacturing process uses the latest aluminum brazing technology that eliminates the need for epoxy.  We also use TIG welding to add strength and the clean look that a custom radiator must have.

In addition to the all aluminum vintage radiators, we can also build copper/brass radiators for those that want to keep there vehicle’s original look.  Our copper/brass radiators are made with heavy headers, serpentine fins, and half inch tubes making them extremely durable and long lasting.

To view all of our Antique Custom Radiators click here.  If you have any questions regarding our products or our custom manufacturing service, give us a call at 1-800-223-4299.

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BT 1199E $1,662.40 $1,352.00 TR 6011 - Aluminum Triumph TR Radiator with Extended Filler Neck $474.00 $395.00 GM 2006 $474.00 $395.00 BT 7301 $810.00 $675.00 CB 7157 - Copper-Brass Freightliner Truck Radiator $714.00 $595.00 GM 2058 $450.00 $375.00
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Your radiator finally fixed my 41 flathead cooling at 6000′ altitude and in 90 degree weather! Drove 100 miles to a show in Denver with no trouble last September.

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