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Anyone have any use for any of this stuff?


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Default Anyone have any use for any of this stuff?

I have managed to collect a few odds n ends. I am looking to clean out the stuff I have no plans to ever use for anything. If anyone can use any of the stuff drop me a PM and we will discuss it.

Vintage Delco Remy Regulator. I don't know if this works or not. I know virtually nothing about these kinds of regulators.







Engine Muffler.





Vintage Chevy Part.

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More stuff

Two older style Florecent Tube Ballast







Two 48 Volt DC fans. These are vintage West Germany in origins.



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Vintage never used hot water heater timer. Might be useful to someone living off grid.







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What is the price on the water timer. And where you located. Thanks joe in charlotte
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I am asking $30 for the timer. The timer has never been used and knockouts are all in place. There is a couple of other books not pictured that come with it.

I am located in the tiny town of Rosewood NC which is part of Goldsboro.

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New prices for anyone interested.

Regulator $15

Muffler $10

Chevy emblem $5

48 Volt DC Fans $6 Each.

Both light ballast $15

Water heater timer $25

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