So what is the year range on this C-body 22" shroud?See above post.
You'll find when the snow melts in July...Sometimes I crack myself up...... So he says it's a hard to find 2 piece unit, then goes out to put hands on the spare one and it's gone... don't know where, yet, apparently harder to find than I knew!!! I knew exactly where it was all last summer, either hanging off the snow plow or lying on the car trailer in front of the shop, put it away before snowfall last year and now I can't seem to find it. Just wonder how much I'll have to clean up to locate it..
Personally, I would buy the radiator that fit my car and cooled it well.Unfortunately, this would be outside of our comfort zone. Adding stamped slotted side caps would be cost prohibitive for us and then for you as the consumer. We are primarily a performance radiator company. Although we like to make our radiators have that original look and we want owners to be able to re-use their original shrouds when possible, our feeling is that if most owners want to keep that level of originality, they will also want to keep the correct stamped tanks, the correct stamped part numbers and probably the correct copper/brass tanks.
Our solution is to provide a great resto-mod solution. High performance, OEM looks at first glance and an easy way to re-use the OEM shroud. To accomplish that with this 22" unit, we'll have to put small brackets on the shroud side of the radiator so the shroud can be mounted in an alternative method.
I'd say in the last year we've had 2 that this happened with? Very sorry. It is probably the Teflon tape that got loose in there. Again I'm very sorry. That valve is a nice brass 1/4" NPT oem replacement.