It looks so much better with those in place, completes the rear end.Trunk bezels (I think that's what they call them?) added.
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Picked these up with the badges I added. I thought I was content with the appearance of the car before, but these bezels really complete the look of the car, IMO. Same as the badges, I took the time to paint and polish them to bring back the shine to compliment the status of this 20-footer.
A heavy duty switch like this Cole-Hersee. Mount it near the battery and use HD cables. If you can figure out a hidden location it can be a theft deterrant. These pics show my install on a 34 Packard but the idea is the same.Thanks!
Regarding the shutoff, what would be a better alternative?
I have read many magazine articles and forum posts blaming them for short circuits and fires due to poor construction. I still used them until I had one start arcing and it fell apart, luckily I had it on the ground cable. From that point on I used the better switches mostly on my pre-war cars. Both of my current cars do not have any parasitic loss issues and I drive them regularly so I don't use disconnects.Looks like a nice install there Don - what though is the issue you have with the green knobbed ones that sit on the battery?