Hoping for a little insight on a problem with my fathers 1964 Galaxie 500. The motor (390) was rebuilt several years ago and sat while he restored the car. We finally got it back on the road last year and while driving around town it gets pretty warm. (car is all original so it doesn't have an actual #'s temp guage, so I don't know actually HOW hot, he says upper end of normal on the factory guage) If he gets it on the open road it cools down, but the minute he gets to the next town it creeps back up. I figured the radiator was the problem but he just got the call from the repair shop that the radiator looks brand new iside and flows better than factory specs. (shop is run by an old timer that knows his stuff) Everything on the motor is new (guage sending unit, thermostat, cap, hoses etc.) I told him to take the thermostat out and see what happens as I have gotten bad ones before, but I was really hoping the radiator shop was going to tell him it was corroded/plugged...now we have to look for the "not so obvious." Any insight or ideas would be greatly appreciated!