10/07/2016. I bought a 21 circuit wiring kit by American Autowire through Summit. It made no sense to get a 1965 Corvette stock harness. This is a street rod. There was no room to mount the fuse block in the stock location, seeing that it was at least twice as large. The glove compartment is large on these cars, so that became the mounting location. Wiring the car took months. I’ve since seen kits that come with a fuse block design where wires are not permanently attached, and that design would probably have been easier, in that you could attach one wire at a time from either the block to the component, or the component to the block. With the Autowire kit it was sometimes difficult to determine how long the wires needed to be. I put the light and horn relays on the left fender under the nose. The fan relays were mounted on the radiator support. Under the right hood latch on the firewall is mounted a positive connection for the fans and lights.