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Brain fart! They are back!!! I will sneak the camera today and post a new one!!! hehehe.

Also, here is a pic of where I installed the headlight relays. the radiator support/inner fender area is to the right, on the left is the edge of the fender. If you look closely, you can see the Brady labeller labels I made for the relays. That way, when I go back to troubleshoot them in 35 years, I will know who is who.

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Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat

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Very clean-looking installation, Steve. Did you have to drill any new holes? What kind of lights are the relays supporting?

I hope to see the car at Knotts and get a closer look!

Glenn Morgan: 66 GT V-Burgundy Fastback 351w+toploader+9 in. TracLoc. Started out as a rusted-out Chicago-area crusher. After sacrificing a solid 66 coupe for its sheetmetal sub-assemblies, I have one solid (and expensive) work in progress!
 

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I drilled four holes. One for each relay. I also have a horn and switched 12 volt accessory relay mounted on the rats nest / starter solenoid area that I can't seem to get 'clean'. I installed a jam nut in each relay mount. I am running the Tri-Bar lamps that MUSTANGS PLUS sells. They are really bright and look awesome.


Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat

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Looks good. I'm planning on doing the same shortly.

Did you splice it in to your harness or did you make it plug into your harness?

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