Need second opinion on AC condenser to radiator spacing on a '65 Today I was making custom fan brackets and removing the bottom radiator support on my '65 to fit a fat Griffin radiator. I was thinking about what the guy at Griffin told me. He told me that the radiator will cool better if I move my AC condenser right up against it. This makes absolutely no sense to me, and when asked he couldn't explain the reasoning behind this advice he said he just knows it works better. But I know for a fact that more air is drawn through the radiator if the condenser isn't right up against it blocking it. Anyone think he's right, and if so why?