Radiator Core setup update:
The entire radiator core setup (radiator, condenser, oil, trans and intercooler) were purchased a package from AutoRad in Georgia. It's a family run business and they have great tech support.
The setup arrived in several well packaged boxes. they do provide very minimal instructions. If you're undertaking this kind of a project then no instructions for this shouldn't be an issue. You can call them and they will answer any of your questions.
After you unbox the setup and lay it out yu will find they don't include all of the bolts needed. This isn't by fault but by design. I'll point out here soon where you need to provide harware.
Pulling the factory core off is fairly straight forward and placing the largest main new core piece back too. Once the main core piece is installed and I suggest leaving all the bolts loose until the end, you will bolt on the head light mounts. The headlight mounts foit very well and line up nice. I did need to make the square holes larger using a file. This is one of a few adjustments to the setup I've had to do to get it all to fit. You will need to remove the fender to headlight mount brackets from the old core and re use them here. Some of the bolts and or hardware youo need to go buy ends up here. You will need to provide new bolts and nuts here to mount the bracket to the fender. Its easiest if you mount the bracket to the headlight bucket and then the bracket to the fender.
Now with the main core and the headlight buckets attached you can add on the radiator and reservoir to the core support. The radiator shroud is amazing. There is no waste of space at all and it 100% encompasses the back side of the radiator. There are 2 x 2135 CFM fans from Maradyne model number M142K. Both are low profile which made me happy.
After you mount up the new core support, the radiator, AC condenser, trans and oil cooler you quickly find out that you have no room to mount the intercooler. I called AutoRad and they are expecting you to cut the front lower valance panel to fit them. This I wasn't aware of and still haven't decided my direction yet. At the moment I'm not cutting the panel. I may opt to use what was the oil cooler to now be the intercooler. I'll know more later.
My plans for the AC is to use all flexible lines including at the drier. I'll mount the drier up front where it typically is located. There is a tab there I can use and I may be able to shoe horn it in there. I'm starting to list out the connectors and hose needed to complete the hookup. Ill provide that complete list once it arrives.
For the radiator hookup I'm going to use Pegasus Racing and their line of silicon hose and connectors. Once I know what I bought fits and works I'll provide that list as well.
Here are some pictures along the way so far