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GM 2068 - Pontiac GTO Radiator
Sale Price: $395.00
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
- 1966-1967 Pontiac GTO with a V8 engine
The GM 2068 all aluminum radiator is an exact fit, OEM replacement for 1966 - 1967 Pontiac GTOs with a V8 engine. Manufactured in the USA using controlled atmosphere brazing, the epoxy-free core measures 15.25 inches from header to header, 25.1 inches from side to side, and 2.25 inches thick. Aluminum tanks are TIG welded to the core to provide the strongest possible bond. Each unit is individually tested prior to shipping and guaranteed to be 100% leak free.
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|Matching Core||2-2508 Core|
Well Christmas came three weeks early this year, I was able to slide the radiator into the car just as planned. I don’t think I could ask for a better fit. For being 1000 miles apart, you would think you had the car in your shop when the radiator was fabricated.
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