Beating the Summer Heat.

Gear Star, 4L65E transmission 1932 Ford.

Venting heat from the engine compartment will be no problem with to big Chevy cowl vents.

Flex-a-Lite, Transmission oil Cooler Flex-a-Lite, Transmission oil Cooler

Because this deuce will spend a lot of its time cruisin in the deserts of Southern California, a pair of Flex-a-Lite, Transmission oil Coolers are being installed under the trunk. We don't want anything overheating while slow-cruising in the 110-deg (summer average) heat of Palm Springs.

Currie 9-inch Ford rearend.

You may notice while looking at photos on this page that the rearend keeps changing. That's because we tried two different rearends on for size. In the end, we dicided on the Currie 9-inch Ford which is shown above.

Battery/electrical compartment battery cut-off switch

Battery/electrical compartment is located behind the seat with the cover in place. A battery cut-off switch is also installed for greater security.

Exhaust pipes.

Two possible lengths under consideration for the exhaust pipes.

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