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1936 Auburn 852 Speedster 6 or12 volt electrical system?

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05 Feb 2014 22:11 #26897 by Bobavet
Hello Auburn Gents,
Did the 1936 Auburn 852 Boattail Speedster have a 6 or 12 volt electrical system?
Thanks!
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Chandler, Arizona-USA

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05 Feb 2014 23:48 #26900 by auburnandyscar
Six volt. Most everything was six volt until about 1955. (There are probably a few exceptions, but Auburn was not one of them)

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01 Aug 2015 17:54 #29983 by jal
Six volts. :)

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03 Aug 2015 20:29 #29996 by alsancle
Mercedes 500k/540k was 12 volt. Maybe most exceptions were European.

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22 Apr 2019 20:21 - 22 Apr 2019 20:22 #37046 by jivanty

alsancle wrote: Mercedes FileZilla Malwarebytes Rufus 500k/540k was 12 volt. Maybe most exceptions were European.

Did the 1936 Auburn 852 Boattail Speedster have a 6 or 12 volt electrical system?
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22 Apr 2019 20:27 #37047 by Curt Schulze
There was NEVER a 12 volt Auburn.

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