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Old 09-18-2017, 11:49:50 AM
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Ever since I was a little kid I was interested in electricity and have collected all kinds of electric stuff. Here are three items that I have picked up in the past couple of weeks. Holtzer Cabot bipolar dynamo , 21" L X 10"W X 14" H , weighs 168 lbs. Sprague motor 14" L X 14" W X 10" H . weighs 103 lbs. A 32 volt Delco Electrifier to operate Delco radios. Ron
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i wish you guy,s would hush up. i have been looking for something 32v to run with 850 delco for 10 years. then some one says look what i found in the dumpster brand new store bought looking eeeerrrr
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Default Re: Holtzer Cabot , Delco

Cammer Over the past year I've seen at least one 32 V. motor at engine shows. I think that I saw one on classifieds. Right now there is a 32 V. fan on ebay. Go get it! Ron
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Default Re: Holtzer Cabot , Delco

Ron, i looked for you at Portland, never did find you!!! 32v goodies are somewhat hard to find. I found a 32v electrifier a few years back on ebay. I also found the King Cole 32v resistor!!!

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Cammer, send me a PM. We may have something 32v we would be willing to part with.
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What is an electrifier? Is it a rotary inverter/converter? Very nice dynamo there Donoald. Have you tried it yet or is a shelf prize?
Also I saw a video on the Thornbill auction that show lots of 32vdc motors and light plant stuff. Maybe someone bought them and will sell some? Ive always wanted one of the tripod 32vdc motors myself. I usually just light up light bulbs w/ mine.
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netpitate I had some problems at Portland last year and decided that last year would be my last year. **************** Tim It is a motor generator. I don't have enough info to know what radios use it and what it supplies to the radios. Ron
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cammer the 32 V fan on ebay sold for $125. Did you get it? Ron
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