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    Just wondered, if the JETFIRE crossflow radiator came with an overflow tank (I converted my 62 to the turbo)? If not, I’d advise that an overflow and a fan shroud are definitely worth the effort; put them on all my 60s. Opening that JETFIRE hood on a hot day was like opening an oven, but the car never overheated. Bruce Roe

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