A good radiator shop can put a new core in with more rows(assuming there is room for more, there usually is), I had mine done up this way it's now a 4 row radiator. What a difference! I also put a burp bottle on so as not to loose any coolant and keep her as full as she can be. It's not done as much now as back in the day, the old timers would take out the 180/195 degree and put a 165 degree thermostat in for the summer as well. As always 50/50 on the coolant and no mixing the different kinds, I stick with the old green stuff. Every little bit helps. Hope you keep your Ford running cool!
1970 F250 Sport Custom 4x4 360 V8, otherwise known as the Hi Boy, and a Harley-Davidson.
1953 Lincoln SA200 portable welder with a 4 cylinder 1941 Continental F162 engine.
"If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right." Henry Ford