This is a radiator from a 1990 Lebaron TI.
Modified the alternator bracket so i can flip it up where the A/C compressor would be. Its not in this picture, but I added a idler pulley, a timing belt idler from a 2.4 Mopar actually, to the alternator bracket, to keep the belt from rubbing the motor mount. I have had a belt on there and it's going to work. I'm using an adjustable arm from MARCH Performance for adjustment and tension. It will actually have more belt wrap on all three pulleys, so there shouldn't be any slippage problems.
The above is a pic with the belt installed. Pretty nifty eh? You can
also see from this pic than I'm using an earlier 88-earlier water pump
on a common block. Its been said that they flow better at higher RPM.
The sweet alternator upper bracket that dad made up out of stainless.
The intercooler! Its a like Spearco 2-221 but longer. A regular 2-221 is good for 1080 CFM @ 1.5psi pressure drop. Should be more than enough for my little 2.2. It was a custom jobby made by Spearco. Its last home was in a low 10 second Grand Nat'l. I have to modify the inlets a little bit, but it should work well. Before im done I'm going to do my best to block off airflow around the radiator.