07/13/11 03:27PM Chevy, Ford, MOPAR, Muscle Car Radiators, Performance Rod and Custom

Let Performance Rod & Custom build a custom radiator for your muscle car.




PRC Chevy Muscle Car Applications

•1955-57 RT Car, •1958-65 Car,
•1958-70 Impala, •1962-67 Nova,
•1967-69 Camaro SB,
•1967-69 Camaro BB,
•1964-67 Chevelle,
•1968-72 Chevelle
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The Impala. The Chevelle. The Nova. The Camaro. Chevrolet’s impressive fleet of muscle cars define the 1960s and 70s.
Even today, Chevy’s muscle cars still attract attention of drivers and collectors.
Muscle cars offered buyers lots of power and performance all at a reasonable price.
In 1962, Chevy introduced the Nova, originally referred to as the Chevy II. The next Chevy muscle car to hit the streets was the Chevelle SS in 1964.
 This car made Chevy a mid-size category leader. Three years after the Chevelle came the Camaro.
Designed to compete with the Mustang, the Camaro survived for 35 years. The Camaro was reintroduced in 2009.



PRC Ford Muscle Car Applications


•1964 & Up Mustang
•1955-70 Fairlane,  •1959-74 Galaxie
•1968-76 Torino
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Ford muscle cars counted among their ranks some of the better all-around performance machines of the muscler car era.
“Total performance” was the companys slogan for 1963, and that’s what a 425-bhp 1963 Ford Galaxie 427 delivered.
The 1966 Ford Fairlane 427 could hold its own with any muscle car but was simply outnumbered.
It’s “shaker” scoop throbbing with power, the 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet was the muscle car Mustang fans waited for.
The 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351 was the last Boss and, with a 330bhp solid-lifter 351-cid ram-air V-8, among the best.
Ford’s exit from the golden age of muscle was sudden and complete. By 1972 the Mustangs 429 option was gone but was still offered in the Ford Torino.
Even today the Ford Mustang remains one of the top selling modern day muscle cars. 


PRC Mopar Muscle Car Applications

•1966-70 Charger
•1970-74 Challenger
•1968-70 Road Runner
•1960-76 Dodge Dart
•1970-76 Duster
•1970-74 Cuda
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Plymouth cut their teeth in Muscle car building in the 60s and 70s with cars like the Cuda, Duster and RoadRunner
all becoming street racing legends.
The Plymouth Barracuda was the first pony car, debuting two weeks before the Ford Mustang.
1969 was the year that Plymouth finally got serious about performance and introduced the Cuda.
A year later they offered the Cuda with five different V8s and the almighty 426 Hemi.

Dodge got into the Muscle car picture in 1966 when they launched the Charger. The 66 Charger also saw the
debut of the most famous engine in musclecar history, the 426 Hemi.
The Dodge Dart was reborn in 1963 as a true compact car and included the Demon, Swinger and the mighty Dart GTS.
The Dodge Challenger (1970-74) debuted with an engine lineup  that ranged from a docile slant six to the powerful 440 Six Barrel
and the 426 Hemi.

PRC also offers a complete line of accessories for your muscle car radiator. Custom aluminum shroud, overhang aluminum shroud, SPAL fans, billet aluminum fan motor covers, single and duel fan wiring harness, 14" x 20" and 14" x 24" A/C condensers, full frame condenser, 16lb radiator cap, 13" polished recovery tank, internal transmission cooler, 12" & 20" external transmission coolers and we offer a complete polish as well.

All PRC radiators are 100% TIG welded, 100% all aluminum, 100% pressure tested and 100% NO Epoxy