Make: Original Equipment Reproduction

Model: 1971-1977 GM Fan Shroud Assembly


Overview: Pop your hood and aside from your radiator the next thing your eyes focus on is your fan shroud. But what else would you expect? Your fan shroud assembly is pretty huge and now thanks to OER (Original Equipment Reproduction) you can replace damaged or weathered GM fan shroud assemblies for vehicles from 1971-1977.

Each of their shrouds are designed and manufactured with pressure-injected molded ABS material to ensure each shroud meets or exceeds OEM specs for fitment, authenticity, and appearance. Originally supplied as a two-piece shroud, OER shrouds come completely pre-assembled with heavy-duty staples as original for a straightforward installation that you’ll appreciate.

Make: Classic Industries

Model: Vent Windows


Overview: Are your vent windows cracked? Are the metal frames pitted or damaged? If so, why repair when you can replace with Classic Industries’ newly released Vent Windows for 1955-1957 Tri-Five Chevys. As leaders in quality restoration parts and accessories, these newly released vent window assemblies fit two- and four-door hardtop/Nomad, sedan/wagon, and convertible models. Available in clear, green, and smoked tint glass, the sliding latch is already pre-installed, but keep in mind that mounting hardware is not included.

Make: MSD

Model: Frostbite High Performance Fan/Shroud


Overview: Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the expansion of their Frostbite High Performance Fan/Shroud line. Built to stand up to today’s demanding cooling needs for high-horsepower streetcars and trucks, this powerful combo can easily improve the efficiency of your radiator while eliminating the parasitic power drain from factory-style mechanical cooling fans. They are now available for popular GM LS swap applications in two different versions for both “economy” and “high performance.” The aircraft-quality aluminum shroud is form fit to your specific radiator and the high performance line will be direct-application specific for their existing two-, three-, and four-row Frostbite Aluminum radiators.