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Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Desoto Mopar 1949 1955 Generator Ggw 6001k 1946 Autolite on

US $64.95

Utica, New York, US

Utica, New York, US
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Used generator

 GGW 6001K


This came from a 1951 6 cylinder Dodge

This should fit many 1940's-1950's Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge and Plymouth.

The generator motors with a 6 volt battery. Turns over good indicating the brushes are making contact.

While cleaning the puller with a wire brush on an electric drill I had a volt meter connected to the generator. It shows output. It is a low reading because off the low rpm's, but shows the the generator works.

If needed, any costs for repairs will be the buyers responsibility.

I cleaned about 60 years of grime off. Needs a bit more cleaning.

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