Thanks everyone for the pointers on the V12 crankshaft damper replacement. I found a real car guy and a shop that treated my car as if it was their own. Many of your recommendations were used in the repair such as radiator removal, pulley tact-weld, etc. The shop, "Betterton & Whitlow" is located in Chesapeake VA and owned by Bobby Worrell. Bobby has worked at the shop for 35 years and bought the shop from the original owner. A former president of the regional AACA, who owns a Lincoln K, referred me to Betterton and Whitlow and Bobby personnally worked on my car. Bobby has a pretty large shop but he came to my house with his flat bed and from the moment he connected it to the truck until I paid the bill it was truly the best service including cost I have ever experienced. I feel that I now have a friend for life and one that I can trust with "Eleanor". There's and old saying, that you shouldn't trust your car or your woman with another man, but I don't have any reservation trusting Bobby with Eleanor. Bobby's lead mechanic just happen to have a mint condition, leather bound, shop service manual for the Ford V8 and Zepher V12, 1937-1941. The manual was given to the mechanic by his grandfather who founded the shop. He wouldn't part with it. Additionally, Bobby went over my car with a fine tooth comb and has made some recommendations that will keep Eleanor on the road. Thanks for all the great advice!