Shroud is made of charcoal grey molded fiberglass and the spacer that the shroud bolts to is a steel fabrication of varying thicknesses. Which do you need or both? Are you asking about the originality of your radiator (should have a Harrison tag with a set of numbers punched out that identifies it, soldered to the tank, if it is the original radiator to the car)?
I need the shroud only. I can be more clear and less confusing now.
Car is a modified 1966 Bel Air...not an original Big block car, and probably not the original radiator at this point to be sure...But not an aluminum etc, close to correct style, probably someone's reproduction, but who knows after that. NOT marked Harrison as is my Impala's. My impala's radiator has an integral bracket / spacer that positions the shroud very close to the back of the radiator. this Bel Air's radiator's integral bracket extends farther towards the motor, which is good, as the fan blade is bit farther away from the radiator than it is on the Impala. The impala's fan is approximatley 1 1/4" from the radiator fins, vs. 2"" on the Belair. Which is why I guess the integral bracket / spacer on the Bel Air's radiator extends farther back towards the fan. Both have five blade fans, of approximately 17" in diameter...both with fan clutch assemblies. Bel Air is a 454 and Impala a 396, which I think are the same length. I do not need any kind of a bracket, just want to get the right shroud to attach what I erroneously called a bracket, but which is actually attached, or part of, the radiator on both sides. The impala shroud'se mounting points were approximately 12" on centers. The Belair's holes on the side of the mounting points for the radiator are not 12". Unfortunately the photos are very low resolution, as that is all that is allowed....i see two styles of shrouds: classic industries has this, which I call an "early" shroud. 1966 Impala Parts | C1109 | 1965-66 Impala / Full Size With Big Block Fiberglass Fan Shroud | Classic Industries
Here is a second of this type: it mentions holes need to be drilled, and that it is for a/c equipped cars...mine is not an a/c car of course:
and this is the one is the one I bought from impala bobs that bolted directly to my Impala's Harrison marked radiator:
1965-1966 Impala Fiberglass Fan Shroud 396/427 Big Block
But, again, my Impala's radiator had its' integral shroud mounting extending from the radiator towards the fan in a much less pronounced fashion than does the Bel Air's NON Harrison marked radiator....probably an inch or so less, so it was hardly noticeable... The shroud went straight to the fan side of the radiator. this photo is of my 66 impala set up.
I just need to know which shroud! I think I can probably modify the flatter style shroud's mounting holes I used on the Impala for this application, but I did want to ask! Better to measure twice and cut once!