Some years back I worked on Artie Baldwin's old '89 non-SE that he had converted to an SE. One of the things he did was move the oil cooler to the rear of the car, low attached to the frame, just to the right of the muffler. It was not the stock oil cooler but a smaller one and he added two Spal fans which ran continuously if the engine was running. We ended up selling the car pretty quickly after we got it up and running (Artie had continuously blown head gaskets due to some pretty bad work by a shop that he had used to do an engine rebuild). I often wondered about relocating the oil cooler aft and using fans in order to either free up space forward of the radiator assembly or to take some heat load off both the AC condenser and the radiator. Plus in my case if I wanted to add an intercooler to my car (it's an '89 non-SE) I would need to find a space for the intercooler water circuitry much as Artie attempted. Anybody out there ever moved to oil cooler to a rear position and relied on fan-driven air flow? Any data on how well that worked out?