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32 Volt DC,1500 Watts

      This is the Generator Page, my name is Gus, I collect generators.
      The purpose of this page is to promote good "Generatorship", and to dispel any unwarranted fears that some would-be collectors may have on this subject.
      To most novices, generators (commonly called light plants) may appear to be heavy, complicated, ugly and loud.  But, any accomplished generator man will assure you that they are just that!!!  Don't let that scare you.  By embarking into this fascinating window of the engine collectors hobby, you will find that while spectators will yawn as they walk past rows of ordinary engines, they will gather and stare in amazement as you endeavor to create and harness that most revered servant of mankind, "Electricity".  Fellow collectors will respect you for your talents at bringing these iron and copper compexities back to life, as well as having the guts and commitment to gather them up and drag them around.
 So, sit back, relax, smoke if you got 'em, and scroll around awhile.


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