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FEATURE INTERVIEW[caption id="attachment_4611" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Scott Bowers and his old 63 Nova SS!"][/caption] This week's featured interview guest was Scott Bowers from Ron Francis Wiring. Scott is the owner of the company and purchased it from Ron a few years back after working with him in the 1990's. He later owned and operated the The Detail Zone. Scott (and his company) are literally gurus in all things related to automotive electrics. They have a wide range of ready made wiring harnesses for nearly any application as well as the ability to create custom harnesses. Their harnesses comes as standard equipment in a couple of different Factory Five cars as well. In addition to that they have developed a massive number of electrical products for nearly any application one might need, ranging from clever things like a brighter burning taillight bulb to unique applications like a magnetic device that when mounted on a driveshaft can be used to send a signal to the speedomeeter! With the popularity of engine swaps as of late they have added the capability to do flash Engine Control Modules for various Ford and GM applications as well. While Scott is the company president, Ron is still a big part of the company. Chances are that when you seek out customer support you'll still hear from Ron himself! Thanks for the interview, Scott! As soon as it's time to wire up my Chevelle I'll give you a call!