If your maintaining 200 degrees thats not to bad. Experimenting with diff thermostats, fan on/off timing, distributor timing can help. You ever get down Orlando/Kissimmee area give us a shout.
Hey Mark, I've been driving the car in this 100 deg weather we've been having and the temps started getting up to 210 - 215. Not really used to seeing much past 200 on any of my other cars. This is after the radiator, water pump, water pump housing and thermostat replacement. I put more advance in the timing (now about 36 BTC @ 2500rpm), took the transmission cooler and moved it away from the radiator, put in a high flow 180 deg thermostat (had a NAPA 165 in it before) and put a bottom radiator hose with a coil inside to prevent collapse and now the car runs 180 ALL DAY LONG!...Even idling for long periods of time. Thanks!
I actually make it down to Orlando for business quite a bit. Do you have a Mopar shop in Kissimmee?