swizz wrote:If the lights are easy enough to service, why not change the bulbs as & when?As already mentioned, the biggest gripe with using your Model A will be if you want to charge a battery fitted to the Tear
You may well shoot me for this but you could always 'rod the A - a 12v alternator should be easy to find for a Cleveland V8
48Rob wrote:I like Dales idea best,
Use 6 volt bulbs in the trailer lamps with a voltage drop device in line so the lamps can be used with an old car, or modern one.
The charging of the trailers battery can be solved by running a pair of 6 volt golf cart batteries in series.
The model A can charge with 6 volts, and the modern car can charge with 12 (switched of course).
6 volt bulbs don't require a special socket in general.
There are some older 6 volt sockets that you'd be hard pressed to find a 12 volt bulb for...but a modern tail light fixture will accept a 12 or 6 volt bulb.
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