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Re: 12 volt conversion on 1940 110 coupe
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It is already partially converted when I bought the car and I would like to use a concealed modern radio and it starts great.

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Re: 12 volt conversion on 1940 110 coupe
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From Van Vleck ,Texas
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It is already partially converted when I bought the car and I would like to use a concealed modern radio and it starts great.

Posted on: 5/17 16:36:41
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12 volt conversion on 1940 110 coupe
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I have a 1940 110 coupe that has a 12 volt negative ground battery. My question is has the starter been changed or does it matter the car starts and drives. I thought the starter would run backwards if battery was negative ground. But it seems to work ok. What else do I have to do to convert to negative ground? The only electrical hook up now is starter and ignition I am going to put a 12 volt alternator in it.

Posted on: 5/17 15:58:29
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