A Quick Bit of History 

Although the muscle car era was short-lived, it still defined a generation in American history, and has given us some of the most
collectible cars in all of automotive history. With the sharp lines, wide profiles, muscular looks, these cars looked like a body builder on steroids.
Combine the mid-sized body with a monster V8 engine, and these cars were mean. Some models that fit into the muscle car category are the Buick GS, Pontiac GTO,
and the Dodge Charger.

About these Iconic Vehicles

Strictly speaking, the muscle car was an intermediate-sized, 2-door body with a larger, more powerful engine normally used in the heavier, full sized cars.
Obviously, this produced a greater power-to-weight ratio and resulting better performance than was typical in American cars at the time. More examples from
General Motors include the Cutlass, Skylark and Chevelle. Chrysler produced the Road Runner and Charger. Ford offered the Montego and Torino, and AMC manufactured
the Rebel Machine. The muscle car was a product of American automotive design and marketing forces originating in the early 1960's and lasting through the early 1970's.

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We Will Build Whatever You Need

Griffin Radiators for restoration or personal creations. We build radiators for all types of muscle cars with all different types of engines.
Since 1981, Griffin Thermal Products is focused on manufacturing the very best high performance aluminum heat exchangers in the industry. Griffin understands that a
quality cooling system is critical to the consistent and reliable performance of your engine.

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Your purchase of a Griffin Radiator means better performance and long-term money savings. Contact our knowledgeable customer service staff to assist in identifying the
correct part to fit your specific needs.