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What is this Engine? (Delco 850)


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Default What is this Engine? (Delco 850)

is that a spark plug i see?
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A delco light plant generator and engine.
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thanks i never seen anything like that what year/model so i can google it. its in bristol wisconsin sale coming up.
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I don't know my delco's very well, but you might find some useful info here...

http://delcolight.com/12.html
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Delco 850. Not much demand for those so don't over pay at auction. I have bought and sold a few in the 150 dollar range. Good luck at the sale.
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thanks all, and to whom posted the photo. i couldn't figure how to get it jpeg.
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