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1953 - 1967 Corvette Specification Guide
(1953-1967 Corvette Radiators)

1953-1955

3130953 Copper Six-cylinder engine
3133689 Copper V-8 engine

1956-1957

3133689 Copper All

1958-59

3139588 Copper Very early 1958 only; may not have been used
3141674 Copper All

1960

3141674 Copper 230, 245 & 250 Horsepower
3147516 Aluminum 270 & 290 Horsepower; with top tank

 Note:  Some 270 & 290 HP 1960 models may have used the copper radiator listed.

1961

3141674 Copper 230, 245 & 275 Horsepower to approximate VIN #1700
3151116

 

Aluminum

 

270 & 315 Horsepower to approximate VIN #1700
3150916

 

Aluminum

 

All engines after approximate VIN #1700; with 3151016 external supply tank

1962

3150916

 

Aluminum

 

All engines; with 3151016 external supply tank

 

1963-66

3155316 Aluminum All 327 engines; with 3155416 supply tank
3007436 Aluminum 1965 396 engine; with 3155416 supply tank
3008566 Aluminum 1966 427 engines; with 3155416 supply tank

1967

3155316 Aluminum All 327 engines; with 3155416 supply tank
3007436 Aluminum L88 engine; with 3155416 supply tank
3008566 Aluminum 427 engines with Powerglide
3008567 Aluminum 427 engines with Manual Transmission

Radiator Notes:  Corvette radiators were manufactured by the Harrison Division of General Motors at Lockport, New York.  The early (1953-61) copper radiators have a Harrison Division identification tag soldered to the center, inlet side of the upper core tank, containing the radiator part number (as listed above) and a manufacturing date code.  1960-62 aluminum radiators have their part number and date code identification stamped into a tag which is fastened with screws to the top of the radiator.  Later 1963-67 aluminum radiators contain a Harrison identification tag, but the part number and date code of manufacture are stamped directly into the top left of the radiator.  Radiator date codes consist of two digits representing the calendar year ("53" through "67"), followed by a letter representing the month ("A" for January, "B" for February and so on....).

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