Help Me Shine a Light on This Enwell

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soddruntlestuntle

Look Ma, No Hands!
So I picked up this vintage Enwell light for my Corvette last week for cheap; and part of the reason it was so cheap was because it was missing not only it's secondary bulb, but also the socket. There appear to be no identifying marks on the body, nor can I find any reference online. Do any of you fine folks happen to know the approximate vintage of said light, where someone might find replacement parts for it, and also, how in hell does the battery (or batteries) fit?

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soddruntlestuntle

Look Ma, No Hands!
Put in an 12 volt LED bulb and and run it off of a 9 volt battery inside the shell. Works well and I've done it several times. You can also add an LED flasher unit from AliExpress, which I've also done.
I'd like to try that, thanks; you think I'd be able to find instructions and/or a diagram for a conversion like that online?
 

Andrew Gorman

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
It's really simple- use a new two wire socket, run the wiring through the original switch (if it still works) and you are there. the original system used the bike frame for the ground connection so you have to isolate that.
 
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