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General Motors series 3-71


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Old 08-24-2018, 07:01:04 AM
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Hello,
I sell my antique block here, it is Diesel power.
with purchase you get a huge dynamo.
it is overhauled and works properly.
let you know if you are interested in negotiating.

(I'm from the netherlands)
Greets, Martin Hendrikx
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Default Re: General Motors serie 3-71

Interesting. That appears to be a separately excited direct current generator. What was it used for? Normally such a generator might be used to drive a motor...
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Old 08-24-2018, 04:22:40 PM
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if it wasn't half a world away.. Very nice looking machine.
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The generator was used to generate electricity for the house. But we now use solar panels so it is no longer in use
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Neat! What's the voltage, current, rpm?
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This is the informationfrom the dynamo
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I don't really know the current RPM
It should be around 2100 RPM
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