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How to: Converting Vacuum headlights to electric (TCCN)

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1969 Mercury Cougar XR7

PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2016 7:21 pm    Post subject: icon_loot How to: Converting Vacuum headlights to electric (TCCN) Reply with quote

These are PDFs of Bruce Habel's tech articles that originally appeared on TCCN.

It is free for private use, I have included Bruce's copyright below


The design for this project is mine and it is not for sale. You are free to use the design to make one for yourself or to help a friend make one, but you cannot manufacture them for sale or sell the plans. To borrow a term from the software industry, this design is now "Freeware." The plans or the final product cannot be sold for profit. If I wanted someone to make a profit from this I would have taken the advice of several friends and patented the idea or produced a kit. Instead Iíve decided to give it away to those Cougar owners who need it or could benefit from it. My design, my choice.

Photos and images by Bruce Habel

For 67-68 Models

The motor arm how-to for 67-68 models

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