AutoRad Adds Stock Sized Core Support for 1967-69 Chevy Camaros

New from AutoRad – the Stock Sized Core Support for 1967-69 Chevy Camaros. This support perfectly fits in the stock location while looking great and supporting the most cooling performance. See more details below.

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AutoRad’s premium high performance radiators are well known and respected for their impressive cooling power as well as their beautiful good looks. But AutoRad is more than just radiators. Their full offering includes oil and trans coolers, A/C condensers, and fans/shrouds. In addition to that, they design a core support for virtually every application they offer.

Now ’67 – ’69 Camaro and Firebird owners have a choice when it comes to AutoRad core supports. Their original F-Body radiator and core support is oversized for the additional cooling high performance motors need. Their newest core support however is designed to fit a stock sized radiator with 29-1/2” mounting and also bolts up cleanly and easily in the stock location. Their 3 piece Filler Panels will also fit with this new stock sized core support. As always with AutoRad radiator core supports, each model is carefully measured and evaluated to allow the most performance while still bolting up with ease at the factory mounting location. They are thoroughly tested and designed with visual aspects considered, so you will want to pop the hood and show it off.

If you do not already have a stock sized radiator to go with the core support, AutoRad also now makes a stock sized ’67 – ’69 Camaro radiator. It still has many of the same features of their high performance model such as all aluminum build for efficient cooling and precision hand-tig welded seams both inside and out. Now both stock and high horsepower Camaros have an AutoRad radiator and core support designed specifically for their needs.


  • Designed to fit a stock sized radiator with 29-1/2” mounting
  • Allow the most performance while still using the factory mounting location
  • Thoroughly tested and designed with visual aspects considered

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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