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Fits: 91-94 Ford Crown Victoria

PART# 2286A

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Fits: 90-01 Ford Escort, 90-01 Mercury Tracer

PART# 9273AA

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Fits: 95-97 Ford Explorer - 2.3L , 95-97 Ford Ranger - 2.3L

PART# 2413A

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Fits: 67-68 Colony Park, 67-68 Marquis 6.4/7.0 V8, 67-68 Thunderbird, 68-68 Country Sedan 6.4/7.0 V8, 68-68 Galaxie 6.4/7.0 V8, 68-68 LTD 6.4 V8


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Fits: 98-99 Ford Ranger

PART# 2557A

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Fits: 94-97 Ford Windstar - 3.8L

PART# 2373A

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Fits: 93-97 Ford Light Truck

PART# 9189AA

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Fits: 94-97 Ford Mustang - 3.8L/5.0L (Except 4.6L)

PART# 2356A

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Fits: 05-09 Ford Mustang (Manual Transmission), 2010+ Ford Mustang (Manual Transmission)


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Fits: 89-91 Ford Econoline - 7.5 V8

PART# 2195AA

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Fits: 85-97 Ford Econoline

PART# 2338A

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Fits: 05-08 Ford Mustang

PART# 2457A

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3 rows Aluminum Radiator 1995-1997 Ford F350 7.3L Powerstroke DPI#1725

2005-2009 Ford Mustang Upper Shield FO1223107 Radiator Support Upr Air Deflector

3 Rows 1948 1949 1950 Ford F1 Pickup Truck w/ Chevy V8 Aluminum Radiator

1964-68 Ford Galaxie 1967-70 Mustang Aluminum Radiator 3 Row Core Small Block

1928 1929 Model A Ford Radiator Cap Original Roadster Coupe Tudor Fordor Pickup

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford radiators to ensure that you have every radiator option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford radiators, so that whether you are looking for a replacement Ford radiator or performance aluminum radiator or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford radiator needs!


Whether you just want a replacement radiator or want to upgrade to something more suitable for performance-minded driving, replacing your old radiator can offer peace of mind from knowing that your cooling system is at its best. Don't try this at home, but we've been able to touch the tops of thick aluminum racing radiators in cars that were at operating temperature without getting burned. This was by accident, of course, but the point is still proven that an upgraded radiator can work wonders for your ride!

Radiators can be made of copper, plastic, or aluminum, and their cost is often determined by the thickness of materials and how the coolant is designed to flow within the core. Aluminum radiators are popular because of their light weight and because they dissipate heat quickly, although copper radiators can also do a fine job of cooling in most instances. Some radiators have plastic end tanks, which can help save some money since they tend to be less expensive.
Q: How do you install a radiator?
A: Radiators are manufactured specifically per vehicle application to ensure the best in fitment, just like your original radiator. Remove your factory unit and install the aftermarket radiator in its place.

Q: What is a radiator? Why buy a radiator?
A: A radiator is a device that cools the entire engine by using a water and antifreeze mixture. The mixture flows through your cooling system, passing through the radiator and back where it is cooled again by convection with the air. Aftermarket performance radiators offer 30% more cooling than standard radiators in many cases, and are great for high performance motors. When your engine is cooler, your car performs better and can go faster.

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