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65-66 Ford Mustang + others for early V-8 Copper 3 row radiator TR BR

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MSRP: $595.00
Out of stock at this time. Please e-mail or phone for availability.
Part Number: 50510 ANH
Manufacturer: US Radiator
Manufacturer Part No: 50510 ANH


If you want to retain the stock appearance of a copper radiator , this is the radiator you need. This Radiator will fit 64 1/2 to 66 Mustang, 60 to 65 Falcon and Mercury Comet with the original small block Ford V-8 260 or 289.  Has three rows of 1/2" tubes unlike poor quality inported radiators. This copper radiator is made to bolt in exactly as a factory replacement radiator would. An internal automatic transmission cooler is built into the radiator. Ford only offered these in a two row design.  This is a three row, providing 50% better cooling.  Both radiator hose connections are on the passenger (right) side. If you have installed a later V-8 with the lower radiator hose on the driver side you need to order #505108 ANH.  This particular radiator can be ordered in a variety of configurations to suit your cooling needs and your budget. 
  Even the largest radiator cannot cool properly without good airflow.  Consider replacing your stock 4 blade fan with a six or seven blade fan for optimum cooling.  We also stock OE style steel fan shrouds and brackets for this radiator. This radiator was manufactured by US Radiator. 
100% Made in the USA  1 Year Guarantee

BEWARE of low cost imported radiators that have three rows of 3/8" tubes!! These cool no better than a regular two row and are more prone to getting clogged up due to the small tube design!!

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