Hi. I recently purchased a 1961 corvette ( driver). I am not much of a hands on guy. The car runs hot and occasionally leaks fluid from what I think is the bottom of the radiator. The car does not

Asked by Aug 25, 2015 at 05:00 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

have an overflow tank. (Yet) a new
radiator came with the car and the
seller did not yet install. I don't want
to do anything to damage the car.
Thoughts ?

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its an easy repair.. > http://bluemountainsschool.org/how-to- change-a-radiator-on-a-1961-chevrolet-corvette.html

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Just follow what I stated on your previous post after you get the new radiator in.

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