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02-17-2006 07:19 AM
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Thanks so much. This will be a true time saver. If you ever have a question about a 68 or 69 GTO, I'd be happy to try and answer it.

Ride on,

02-16-2006 10:49 PM
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50 Ford 6 to 12 volt conversion

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02-16-2006 10:01 PM
50 Ford 6 to 12 volt conversion

My dad just bought a 50 ford and we want to convert it from 6 volt to 12 volt. I thought that I saw a very detailed description of the process posted here about a month ago. I've tried several searches, but have come up empty handed. I'd appreciate anything that anyone has to offer on this topic. I do have a book about it, but it still isn't as specific as the article that i saw posted here.

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