The radiator (fig. 49 is of the cross-flow design with the inlet and outlet located diagonally opposite. The cross-flow design permits a lower vehicle silhouette whild still maintaining adequate cooling capacity.
All radiator hoses and radiators are new and perculiar to the Camaro. A 15 pound pressure cap is used to seal the system.
The full width one-peice plastic grille with a centrally-mounted grille emblem provides openings for attachment of parking lamps, and partially borders the single left and right headlamp bezels. Upper and lower anodized aluminum grille mouldings rivet to the grille with the assemply mounting to the forward edge of a header panel and to the upper edge of the valence panel, which is painted body color. The header panel forms a tie between the front fenders and grille thus eliminating the need for a front fender tie bar. The valence panel attaches vertically to the fender extension, and provides openings for the protrusion of the bumper brakets for bumper mounting. The hook lock support forms a tie betwen valence panel, header panel, and radiator support. the radiator support provides attachment for the headlamp housing.
by Chevrolet Service News Volume 38, Sept/Oct 1966 Number 9
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