Kits are available on line with mounting brackets and alternator packages, 6 and 12 volt for around $125-$150+, cheap, if you ever priced overhauling a generator or had to buy a new voltage regulator, I have converted both my cars and the results are impressive. Suggested by Harold Williams
Hey car guys!
If you ever experience generator or regulator problems, consider converting to an alternator.
This has a lot of pluses over generators, for the big thing, they will charge even at idle, unlike a generator, next you can get by using a one wire alternator, eliminate the troublesome voltage regulator. (if you have idiot lights add a volt meter) Also batteries will last longer.
MEMBERS CARS FOR SALE:
1930 Model A --Very nice running and driving Model A ready for the road. Everything works, nice interior, cowl lights, engine # A2756636. Alternator, rebuilt Zenith Carburetor, rebuilt distributor with modern Nu-Rex points and condenser, Nu-Rex automatic spark advance. Rear window shade, fiberglass fenders, leather trunk, nice paint job. NOTE! The teddy bear in the back seat and the 1930 license plates DO NOT sell with the car.
PRICE $15,900 -- Contact Mike Luenz 765-532-7173 for additional details and pictures.