RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

INSTALLING SPORTLIGHT ON 1930 OPEN JOBS

No drilling is required to install a Sportlight on a 1930 open car. It is necessary, however, to use a special open car bracket A-18561. Dealers can purchase these brackets from Ford Branches at a price of75 cents each net, or the Branch will supply them in exchange for the closed car bracket included with each Sportlight.

To install, loosen top from left windshield upright, remove both windshield brace screws. (Put the screws back in stock.) Assemble light (see closed car instructions with light), using same hole with longer screws furnished. Draw up clamp screws on bracket very tight. Insert wire behind cowl cardboard, following windshield cleaner wire to terminal box on dash and attaching wire to left terminal post.

This installation is very simple and easy and should stimulate the sales of sportlights on the majority of open cars sold, particular attention being paid to the sales to fleet owners and police cars. The light may also be installed on demonstrators and detached should the car be sold without the accessories.

The closed car lights which you now have in stock are to be used, removing the bushing on the shaft which is not needed with the open car bracket.

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