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  • Commander51
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    Not only can I attest to the performance of Randy's 6 volt alternator, but as important, he can do a great job of helping you along with your project, if need be. I've installed several of his products on my car and while the instructions that came with them were clear, I got willing answers to questions I had. Welcome, Randy!!




    51 Commander State Sedan
    Worthington PA

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  • Commander51
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    Not only can I attest to the performance of Randy's 6 volt alternator, but as important, he can do a great job of helping you along with your project, if need be. I've installed several of his products on my car and while the instructions that came with them were clear, I got willing answers to questions I had. Welcome, Randy!!




    51 Commander State Sedan
    Worthington PA

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  • 41 Frank
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    [quote]Originally posted by ST2DE5

    One question if you would put 12 volt system on your Stude that had 6 Volt what class would you be put in? Modified. Back in 1983 I put a 57 generator on a Champion 6. Which I was driving at the time because on cold morning at the airport the 6v would crank to slow. I put it in the spring meet of our local chapter. And they put me in the modified class.

    You could enter your car in modified or stock with a modification like that but would lose a fair amount of points in stock class for the 12 volt conversion for not being authentic, not the case in modified class, its your choice.

    Frank J.van Doorn
    1962 GT Hawk 4 speed
    1963 Daytona Conv
    1941 Champion R-2 Rod

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  • 41 Frank
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    [quote]Originally posted by ST2DE5

    One question if you would put 12 volt system on your Stude that had 6 Volt what class would you be put in? Modified. Back in 1983 I put a 57 generator on a Champion 6. Which I was driving at the time because on cold morning at the airport the 6v would crank to slow. I put it in the spring meet of our local chapter. And they put me in the modified class.

    You could enter your car in modified or stock with a modification like that but would lose a fair amount of points in stock class for the 12 volt conversion for not being authentic, not the case in modified class, its your choice.

    Frank J.van Doorn
    1962 GT Hawk 4 speed
    1963 Daytona Conv
    1941 Champion R-2 Rod

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  • Carl Purdy
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    One question if you would put 12 volt system on your Stude that had 6 Volt what class would you be put in? Modified. Back in 1983 I put a 57 generator on a Champion 6. Which I was driving at the time because on cold morning at the airport the 6v would crank to slow. I put it in the spring meet of our local chapter. And they put me in the modified class.

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  • Carl Purdy
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    One question if you would put 12 volt system on your Stude that had 6 Volt what class would you be put in? Modified. Back in 1983 I put a 57 generator on a Champion 6. Which I was driving at the time because on cold morning at the airport the 6v would crank to slow. I put it in the spring meet of our local chapter. And they put me in the modified class.

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  • 60Lark
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    Welcome to the SDC and the Forum Randy I did attend the Tech Seminar It was a very informitive session. You sharing your knowledge of automotive electrical and charging systems was very generous and extremely helpful. Especially for those of us with cars/trucks that are still 6 volt. I only wish my brain could have retained everything I heard.
    Thank you for your time at the Omaha meet, and we look forward to your future input into the forum []


    Studebaker Fever
    60 Lark
    51 Champion
    Phil
    Arnold, Missouri

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  • 60Lark
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    Welcome to the SDC and the Forum Randy I did attend the Tech Seminar It was a very informitive session. You sharing your knowledge of automotive electrical and charging systems was very generous and extremely helpful. Especially for those of us with cars/trucks that are still 6 volt. I only wish my brain could have retained everything I heard.
    Thank you for your time at the Omaha meet, and we look forward to your future input into the forum []


    Studebaker Fever
    60 Lark
    51 Champion
    Phil
    Arnold, Missouri

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  • stude53
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    Randy,
    Welcome to the Studebaker Driver's Club.

    For those who don't know it, Randy Rundle started Fifth Avenue Antique Auto Parts in 1987 to market his new invention, a six-volt alternator. He has since added other electrical products to aid in restoration and modernization of classic cars. One of his booklets that is widely used by Studebaker owners going from 6 to 12 volt systems. Visit his web site to learn more.

    www.fifthaveinternetgarage.com


    Here's one product description:

    The Official 12-volt Conversion Guide$10.00 each


    [img=left]http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j259/stude53/studesmall2.jpg[/img=left]Bob Feaganes (stude53)
    53 Starliner Hardtop
    Newton Grove, NC

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  • stude53
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    Randy,
    Welcome to the Studebaker Driver's Club.

    For those who don't know it, Randy Rundle started Fifth Avenue Antique Auto Parts in 1987 to market his new invention, a six-volt alternator. He has since added other electrical products to aid in restoration and modernization of classic cars. One of his booklets that is widely used by Studebaker owners going from 6 to 12 volt systems. Visit his web site to learn more.

    www.fifthaveinternetgarage.com


    Here's one product description:

    The Official 12-volt Conversion Guide$10.00 each


    [img=left]http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j259/stude53/studesmall2.jpg[/img=left]Bob Feaganes (stude53)
    53 Starliner Hardtop
    Newton Grove, NC

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  • JRoberts
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    So many good things going on at the International Meet in Omaha that I missed some important stuff, like the Tech Session. Oh well, you can only be in one place at a time.
    Joe Roberts

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  • JRoberts
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    So many good things going on at the International Meet in Omaha that I missed some important stuff, like the Tech Session. Oh well, you can only be in one place at a time.
    Joe Roberts

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  • 41 Frank
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    Wish I could have been in the room but I had to work the meet outside.Heard a lot about you and use your products. Welcome Randy.

    Frank J.van Doorn
    1962 GT Hawk 4 speed
    1963 Daytona Conv
    1941 Champion R-2 Rod

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  • 41 Frank
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    Wish I could have been in the room but I had to work the meet outside.Heard a lot about you and use your products. Welcome Randy.

    Frank J.van Doorn
    1962 GT Hawk 4 speed
    1963 Daytona Conv
    1941 Champion R-2 Rod

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  • fifthave
    started a topic Thanks from the new guy...

    Thanks from the new guy...

    It was a pleasure to serve on the tech forum with Bob Palma and the crew during the National Meet in Omaha. I am also now... one of your newest members so I feel official. Again, just wanted to say thanks for a great time and it was fun to meet many of you in person. Randy
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