I've never watched the full movie, just clips of it. My kids loved it. as for what my wife thinks of it, well, she tolerates my mechanical addictions! (several cars, two bikes, and I'm thinking of getting back into flying--but that may be a step too far for her). The Hornet cruises nicely at 70+ MPH, with that long-stroke 308 6-cylinder loafing along. It's even reasonably quiet, such that you can carry on a conversation at a normal volume, but it's not as wind-noise free as modern cars. New window seals would help, but new molded rubber gets expensive.How many times have you seen the animated movie "Cars"?
That looks to be a nice ride. How do your lady friends or wife like it?
I installed a coolant recovery tank on my '55 Chevy pick-up in the winter of '79-'80 when I rebuilt its engine, after I hand Polished the top Brass radiator tank & steel valve cover.
Here is the Motion Pro universal coolant recovery kit,
Thanks for the link, but I don't need a coolant recovery tank. The top tank of the radiator has more than enough volume to allow expansion without overflowing. "The part not added costs nothing, weighs nothing, and won't break."