Well I took the Mustang up to Brainard International Raceway in central MN for the Trans Am a nice 300 mile round trip for the weekend of July 16-18th and it overheated twice on the way up because of traffic jams, no problem just pulled over and let it cool. I have to get the 2nd radiator fan working soon. What a GREAT weekend of camping and race action, talked to MANY people about the car and many asked me when it was going to be my turn on the track because it was the ONLY road race street driven car up there, people would stop watching the race and gave me the thumbs up when I drove by. On the way home all 3 bolts of the passenger side header collector fell off and the reducer fell to the pavement, you all can imagine what that sounded like. LOL I had no nuts or bolts to replace the lost ones but I did have one of my metal tent stakes so I ran it through the top hole of the reducer and collector and bent it over. Got about 30 miles and pulled over to see how it was holding when a truck pulled up and an old guy and his son get out and asked if I had a problem. They looked and said "no problem, my son here lives a block away and he'll fix it up for ya". So I pulled up in front of his house and he wheels out a floor jack and some nuts, bolts and wrenches, I jack up the car and the son lays in the street and puts the bolts in while I talked to the old man. WOW!!! We get it all fixed and his sons 6 year old boy comes out and says "cool car" so I said "you want to sit in it" and he just lights up. So once he's in I strap him in with all 5 of the seat belts and he is just beaming while his dad takes a couple pictures of him. Before I left I took his phone and took a couple pictures of all 3 of them standing by the car and as I left I wound out the car in 1st and 2nd gear down their street for a little show for them. What a weekend.