I wasn't going to buy those Ebay chearpies either (though I do like the wiring setup) soooo as I was yard hopping I saw a 91 or 2 ram truck that had the door off and peeking out was a power window motor that looked like it'd fit my gears on my regulator, after getting 2 motors out and looking at then I decided that yup that'll do grabbed a switch (forgot that I needed a 4 window switch if I was going to power ALL the windows DUH!) to wire up and check things out. cost about 14 bucks total. no to shabby I thought hmmmm how to mount it. AHHH I got it I'll drill out the crank handle mechanism and put the motor through on the back side(note to self after band aiding fingers,REMOVE SPRING FIRST). Ohhh nice clean door panel now I thought. Well it's almost right. I had to grind out the back area to let the gear from the power mindow come through and I had to mount a plate with holes so I could bolt it to my stock regulator. IT worked , it's ugly though. here's the pic stock regulator with the cranking mechanism cut outView attachment DSCF3538.jpg Ground out the alignment hole and some of the back metal to make a hole big enough to mount the power motor (yeah I welded up the split in the regulator)View attachment DSCF3540.jpg made a flat plate and drilled the mounting hole in itView attachment DSCF3542.jpg made sure I made a left and a right with the motors in to clear the vent frame and door handle mechView attachment DSCF3545.jpg welded the plate to the regulator and away we go! (hmm I did weld the split really!) View attachment DSCF3541.jpg here's the youtube video of it working (not in the car yet) [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apZVBtysnDw&feature=youtu.be"]power window conversion for 66 dart - YouTube[/ame] now to search out a 4 window switch and figure out how to wire it right!