I know this subject has been covered extensively on numerous forums, and I have read until my eyes bled on the subject. Here is my story: My non A/C 63 Galaxie with a recently rebuilt 390 FE engine (from a 66 Galaxie) runs fine and at around 190 degrees while cruising down the road. But as soon as I hit stopped traffic or just let the car idle without moving for a few minutes, the temp gauge starts to creep up. It's gotten as high as 220. As soon as I start driving again, it falls back down to under 200. Now from what I have read, this can be a number of things, including: • Bad water pump • Bad thermostat • Bad fan clutch (but mine doesn't have a clutch, it is a direct drive fan) • Wrong fan (it is from what I can tell the original 6 blade fan) • No fan shroud • Bad radiator (radiator was restored at a prof. shop when engine was rebuilt) The thing that I read that makes the most sense is that since the temp. is fine while cruising, it simply just isn't getting enough air flow across the radiator while idling. The number one remedy for this that I read is to get a fan shroud. Like I said above, it doesn't have a fan shroud, but it didn't come with one because it is a non-A/C car. And in 63, non-A/C Galaxies didn't have a fan shroud. So my question is, why would I now need a fan shroud, when it never needed one before? The car has operated for almost 50 years without one. I'm really trying to avoid putting an electric fan on it as a bandaid, and get this thing back to how it would have run originally, with the technology it came with from the factory. Any thoughts or has anyone had a similar experience?