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Old 03-05-22, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by AndrewA View Post
I guess if it's not too difficult to remove the tray it's got to be worth a try..will have a look and see what I've got on rear edge of bonnet opening but the more you can do to let heat out the better. How bad is it? I had a '62 Thunderbird that had heat soak problems and it made life very uncomfortable in all but the coldest weather ...never really got a completely satisfactory solution..

Andrew
How bad? Well, I can live with it as I don't drive it in summers here in Florida (no AC installed) but it's very noticeably a source of heat in the cabin by your legs.

I wondered about maybe cutting some holes in the panels between the engine compartment and the wheel wells but I don't know enough about the aerodynamics of the car to be sure it wouldn't make things worse. Aston Martins of that vintage had louvred panels there.

David
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