Well, the weather has finally turned the corner and it is now a workable temperature again. So I've made the plunge and am installing the radiator in the trunk. I bought a -16 AN used hose with fittings off of E-Bay. Bought 1 inch copper (expensive) 10 foot tube and several 45 and 90 degree fittings to run the water from the rad to the front of the motor. This is the radiator support for the trunk.
I've also decided to build my tilt front end without the hood. Just the fenders and grille. In a stock '63 there is a big by large front filler panel that closes off the upper grill area from the back of the grill to the top of the radiator. I looked into chroming it but they wanted $160 to do that. I took it to a powder coater and for $45 it will be sandblasted and coating in a semi-gloss black. It should look good behind the grill without a hood.
I also bought some polished 2.5 inch Stainless Steel tubing to build my up pipes from the headers to the turbo. I'm using Heddman shorties, cutting off the outlet flanges and having V-Band flanges welded on. And the same flanges added to the tubing. Then I'll be able to locate where the tubing will take me to locating the turbos. If the tubing allows, I'm going to mount the turbos along the firewall, compressor inlet towards the motor and the exhaust exit towards the fender. The turbos will exit into a 3 into 4 inch cone expansion and into 4 inch 90 degree elbows, taking the exhaust just inside the fenders (much like gasser wheel well headers) down to the bottom of the frame to another 90, then back along the rocker panel pinch welds. Then out in front of the rear tire. Letting the turbos be the mufflers. We'll see how that all turns out.