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Doug, so far as I know none of the tops are interchangeable. In part because the cockpit size is not the same across models.
Unless you are
1 wire output will not run your charge light. 2 or 3 wire will.
Also 1 wire requires a higher speed before it starts to charge.
The Skoda is my modern car (a 2015 model) which I bought two years ago to replace a 1990 Mitsubishi Magna, which I had bought new in 1991. As you can
Somebody in NM needs to jump on this!
Thanks Paul. I'm still just wondering - why do states issue Classic plates? What's the actual purpose?
Sorting through old cardboard boxes filled with rat nesting material and dead insects, I decided to do something that interested me more than old rusted and greasy small parts. So I took an SU apart...