I finally got around replacing my belt fan with an electric fan. The electric fan came from a Subaru with two speeds. The electrician installed two sensors in my hot radiator water hose which will operate the fan. He also installed a manual override inside the car to disable the fan if needed, or force it to the high speed mode, in case of an emergency.
The electric fan:
The fan relays:
Water temperature sensors:
The picture above shows the 100 Amp Delux alternator, which was later removed.
He also changed my alternator with a Toyota 60 Amp alternator. We tried installing a "Delux" alternator, a brand which he installs regularly on American cars, which produces 100 Amps, but the installation was not successful because the alternator produces too much voltage, up to 16 Volts DC, when the engine throttles. So he advised to go for a smaller one. I was very disappointed, but I can't argue with him he is the expert.
He also installed a pair of Hella lamps on my bull bar and replaced my head lamps with more powerful ones:
Hope this was interesting. All pictures were taken from my phone camera, so the quality is not the best I can get.