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Delco and other Low Voltage DC Light Plants

1930 model 752 Delco light plant


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Hello to all, I am a new member seeking information on where to get a manual or any information about this system it is in good shape except for some wiring thanks in advance for any help
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Welcome to the site, there are several, resident smart guys that post here. One will be along shortly. In the meantime try the archives using the search function.

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You need DELCO DON. I have met the man. Nice guy. Knows Delcos. You are not to far from me. I am north of Springfield in Pleasant Hope.

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thanks I am still trying to navigate the website

I come up to Springfield fairly often thanks
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Try looking at this to get an idea

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