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My battery is in the trunk, ground is through a nut welded to the roll bar floor plate which is also welded to the structure. I added a ground from the transmission extension housing to a 1/2" set screw that presses into the torsion bar cross member for circuit completion. 0 gauge cable.
If you have enough years left in you, devote some time to learn about 12 volt wiring and circuits. It is not difficult. Then purchase the wire (many colors). terminals, shrink wrap and loom (different sizes), correct crimping pliers and do it yourself. I'm positive it won't be as involved as my...
Where does your battery negative cable hook up? Should be the left front intake bolt unless you have a trunk mounted battery. The factory used a woven, flat "cable" to connect the engine to the firewall. All this sort of items is available at any auto parts store. Larger gauge wire is always...
I have a Chrysler training manual that covers the 60s straight through starters and another that covers the gear reduction starters. I will send it to you if you cover the postage and maybe provide help to the other members on this forum. Interested? It also contains distributor training and...
I don't believe any company will include the wiper motor feeds as it will require complete disassembly of the motor to replace them. It certainly can be done, if not by you a motor rebuilder could.
Rewiring a stock style system is a piece of cake. It takes some research time to find the correct terminals but, they are available. Wire is easy to source if you don't try to buy traced wire. I can recommend a set of Astro crimpers for terminating. And lots of wire loom.