My 48 cj2a should hopefully be restored here shortly and I would like to hear how many of you think I should stay original at 6volts or have it a 12v willys. I know it has been covered a lot already but im not really looking for pros and cons im wanting "if you were me in my situation" My jeep has been supposedly not been on the road in about 35 years. when It was used last it was on a farm hauling pipe around. I have already removed the body, tranny, tcase, rear axle, and am replacing rear axle with an already rebuilt dana 41 with Lock Rite locker. I am rebuilding front dana 25 next weekend when parts arrive. engine has receive full tuneup and paintjob valves adjusted etc. I will be adding the dual m/c from R&P for safety but other than that It will be mostly stock. I would like to add a couple small Ridgid industries led off road lights (probably only 2). and would like to add a winch but unlike my 59 cj5 this 2a would probably get a electric winch. it will be painted military body with black frame and drivetrain and motor. For 6volt I already have a GDZ 6 volt generator and a voltage regulator already mounted on fender but I don't know if either work. and I will be needing all new gauges no matter what voltage I pick. For 12v I have a 1 wire alternator currently bolted up to engine and new 12v coil and a new 12v battery last year. and again I don't know if these parts work either. I have not yet had or heard the L head motor running. When I bought it, it had been converted to propane many years ago and all hoses and solenoids and such are junk and unusable and there was no fuel pump on it yet. but PO poured some gas down carburetor and it was trying to start and ran for a moment only til gas ran out. and I do have a 52 m100 trailer to pull behind it and behind my Silverado, Suburban, other Silverado and my 59 CJ5 but the tail light bulbs in the trailer can be changed out easily in a couple mins depending on what vehicle I want to pull it with if I chose 6v for 2a So if you were me 12v or 6 volt?