Greetings, I am working on a 1937 Chevy Sedan I recently acquired and am in the process of cleaning up some of the wiring. The engine is a 235 out of a 61 GM and I believe has electronic ignition. It has been converted to 12 volts (has an alternator) and today I began cleaning up wiring around the starter, coil, etc. and was curious where the wires coming off of the 3 studs on the starer solenoid should go. Currently the wire on the right of the solenoid goes to the Rt terminal on the push button start in the car. The middle terminal has + battery and an ignition + cable running off of it. The left terminal has a wire going up to the left side of the coil which is paired with a wire from the distributor and a wire that goes to the ignition through a ballast on the firewall. I've attached some pics to hopefully help clarify and hope some of you vets can help a novice out. Thanks in advance for any advice and help.