Having throughly insulated the interior of my Series 1 '60 BN7, a radiator rebuild, creation of a radiator shroud, installation of the Moss thermostat tube to block the coolant recirculation port, I'm now addressing the missing heat shields. I've read that some of these shields weren't even included on the Series 1. Anyway, I've purchased a sheet of quarter inch Hardy backboard and cut out a piece to insulate the driver floor from the muffler (using a pattern offered on this site), I'm now trying to address the other missing heat shield bits on this car. My reference is the healey6.com Web site, which offers schematics for six heat shield bits. I'm looking for some guidance on where these things go. First is the carb shield, a rather triangular bit that I gather goes on the manifold side of the metal carb heat shield. Second is the Firewall-Center, and I'm guessing this goes inside the engine bay, with the three semi-circular cut outs I assume allow for various cables penetrating the firewall. Third is the Exhaust shield, which I have made, and fourth is the irregularly shaped Footwell-Drive Gearbox. Don't know anything about that piece. Next is the Footwell-Front Upper, and finally the Footwell, Front Lower. I suspect these install against those locations from the underside of the car, but I'm not sure. Finally, I find that there is no heat shield on the floor just forward of the muffler, an area I measure at about 16X4 1/2 inches, nor on a flat but angled surface extending above and forward of that. This is about 16X12". There are two screws with larger washers under them that may be intended to secure a heat shield at the top edge of this latter location. Both of these areas clearly need heat protection, and I intend to cut Hardy pieces to fit them. I guess my question is, do any of the dimensioned pieces I identified earlier go there? None seem to be the proper size. Finally, I'm considering using fiberglass heat wrap on the pipes coming off the exhaust manifold down to the muffler in attempt to reduce engine/interior heat. Anyone tried this or considering it a bad idea? Yes, having sold a very nice and cool running Jag Mark 2 saloon to buy my very handsome Healey (I owned a BJ7 right out of college circa 1963, and yes, it went away when the wife went pregnant), I'm beginning to question the wisdom of buying it now that fate has moved me from northern Ohio, to Virginia to toasty Florida. The guys I encounter down here seem to valve off their heaters and pitch their thermostats, which tells you something. Comments appreciated.