"...if I can work out how to get it out! "
two bolts & unplug the fan assembly. Tilt back & lift up...
Use some cord to secure the condenser to the top plate so it can hang on it's own.
That way, there's no need to disconnect or stress the AC lines.
Four bolts free the condenser from the radiator.
Loosen the four bolts for the lower radiator support. If the car is high enough, some prefer to remove it completely and drop the radiator out the bottom. Mine, I found it helpful to just loosen it a bit and tip the radiator back and out the top.
There are upper radiator mounts, some air shields, and other bits that are obvious.... There wasn't a need to remove the power steering cooler lines on mine, just tucked them to the side... and then you can flush till your hearts content.
Oh, and the drain petcock can pull out if turned more than 1/4... there's just an o-ring which might be prudent to replace. For so many times as my system was drained during all those flushes.. the petcock was routinely removed to expedite the process, though it did get a bit messy...lol
edit to add: Just recalled your front bumper cover is still on. It needs to come off
, Two small screw up into the fender on each side, and the screws to the lower splash cover...some xmas tree plugs.... very quick process. Set some cardboard down, lay it back to unplug the lights...