67 Gran Sport radiator

Discussion in 'Parts wanted' started by chrisk, Oct 3, 2015.

  1. chrisk

    chrisk Well-Known Member

    Hi, does anyone have a 67 GS radiator for a 400 engine? I am looking for a 4 row radiator, but if all you have 3 row , I can take that as well. I have had trouble finding it on eBay for some reason, guess they are hard to find. My overall dimensions are around 18 3/8" by around 28", but all I've found are 18 3/8" by 33"?? Thanks!
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2015
  2. gsfred

    gsfred Founders Club Member

    Got a parts car, so I will see whats in it.
  3. Chi-Town67

    Chi-Town67 Gold Level Contributor

    You might want to just get your original re-cored. I had mine done with a 4 row core a few yrs. ago for, IIRC, $230.00. It looks and functions as new.
  4. chrisk

    chrisk Well-Known Member

    Okay, please let me know if you have it or know where I could buy one.
  5. Chi-Town67

    Chi-Town67 Gold Level Contributor

    Yes I have it, it's installed in my car and it's not for sale. You need to find a good radiator shop in your town and have them re-core yours if you want to go that route.
  6. TODD'S 67

    TODD'S 67 Time for another Buick!

    Should have a nice 4 row. PM me if interested.
  7. mrolds69

    mrolds69 "The Cure"

    I could be wrong, but I don't think there was ever a 4 row from the factory. A GS 400 came with a 3 row rad + 4 blade fan. If it had AC or HD cooling, it had a 3 row rad with a clutch fan + shroud (and different pulleys + pump). A good rad shop can make a 4 row from a 3 row, or even a 2 row. The main thing about the GS rad is the top outlet had a 90 degree bend in it. A rad shop can add that bend. It seems many old GS 400 rads were snapped up by Chevy guys years ago, because they fit some hi-po Chevy aps like Yenko + unusual BBC aps. You CAN put a regular Skylark rad in it, you can have it enlarged at a shop and the bend added, but it's expensive. Any used rad is probably going to need to be re-cored. Look at my avatar.
  8. rogbo

    rogbo Gold Level Contributor

    Bought a new one from US Radiator for my now departed GS400.
    Fit perfect but had a straight top inlet instead of the 90 deg elbow.
    Used a shortened 68 GS hose and it worked and looked fine.
    It cost about $550 plus shipping.
    Had same problem as you, not many good re core shops around here anyway.
    Re coreing isn't cheap either!
    The new owner of my GS has the old radiator which has good core just needs
    re soldering to tanks. He might sell to you if interested.

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