Radiator NEW 1974-78, Fiat 124 READ DESCRIPTION – (SKU 11-2318)

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Radiator Fan Switch, Fiat 124 & X1/9 78-88 - (SKU 12-4694)
Radiator Fan Switch, Fiat 124 & X1/9 78-88 - (SKU 12-4694)
SKU: 12-4694
$13.00 $12.35
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Radiator Fan Switch, Fiat 124 & X1/9 to 78 - (SKU 12-4678)
Radiator Fan Switch, Fiat 124 & X1/9 to 78 - (SKU 12-4678)
SKU: 12-4678
$7.58 $7.20
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Electric Fan 12" - (SKU 11-3393)
Electric Fan 12" - (SKU 11-3393)
SKU: 11-3393
$50.00 $47.50
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Universal Electric Fan 10" - (SKU 11-3391)
Universal Electric Fan 10" - (SKU 11-3391)
SKU: 11-3391
$40.00 $38.00
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Electric Fan 14" - (SKU 11-3390)
Electric Fan 14" - (SKU 11-3390)
SKU: 11-3390
$60.00 $57.00
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Fan Bracket for 12" Fan, Fiat 124 Spider 1800 - (SKU 11-3398)
Fan Bracket for 12" Fan, Fiat 124 Spider 1800 - (SKU 11-3398)
SKU: 11-3398
$55.00 $52.25
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NEW Top-of-the-Line Radiator OE fit and fits OE fan assembly.

This is NOT rebuilt, these are 100% NEW. Accept no higher priced substitutions. These radiators are the best on the market, and VAS passes the savings to YOU!

Fits:
Fiat 124 Spider 1974-78. (May also fit some 1592 models)
*Note: Some 1974 models have odd fit radiators and don’t exactly match to this radiator or to the SKU 11-2316 (for cars 1971-73)*
***Tank dimensions – 18″ tall X 19.75″ wide***

– This is the same radiator you may see for as much as $400. Why are ours so much less? Because we buy direct from the manufacturer and pass the savings on to you!

Why keep your old beat-up fan? Are you tired of your fan coming on and your radio suddenly getting quieter? That is because your old fan is drawing too much current from your system. These new fans draw half the current and are double the original CFM. Your car will thank you for the new better fan.

 

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Lawrence G.

Perfect fit. Looks original.

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Lawrence G.

Perfect fit. Looks original.

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    Perfect fit. Looks original.

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    I don’t see many reviews, so I want to do my part.

    For the second time in 19 years the radiator that came with the car when I purchased it sprung a leak. I had it repaired the first time, but this time I figured it was time for a new one. Should I purchase this one, or the aluminum Texas Heat one? Because of my climate, So Cal, this one would be all that was needed.

    Package arrived in great shape. Radiator box protected it well and all fins where in proper order. The radiator box was in another well packed box.

    Radiator was identical to the one that I removed. My existing fan bracket fit perfectly, all I wanted to do was steel brush it clean and paint it so it was clean and matched the new radiator. I purchased two Radiator Side Grommet – (SKU 11-8380) and the Radiator Rubber Support, Fiat & Alfa Spiders – (SKU 11-8341). I certainly needed the side grommets, but not so much the support, but figured might as well make sure it was secure. I decided not to replace the RADIATOR FAN SWITCH, FIAT 124 & X1/9 TO 78 – (SKU 12-4678) and hope I do not regret that in the near future. Seeing the price, I should have.

    I want to come back and upgrade the fan to the 14", but will do that as another project.

    I took the time to clean the overflow tank and hose. The hose was plugged up so possibly for the first time it should work. The only thing that was a very small issue was the overflow hose to the radiator. It was too thick or was pushed on too far and obstructed the radiator cap from locking closed. I just cut a bit of the rubber overflow tube and the cap clicked closed.

    The car is keeping a great temp and drove down PCH last night for a great 50 mile ride.

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FIAT 124 Sport Spider 1974
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