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TWIN SIX STARTER FOR SALE
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I was getting my voltage regular calibrated to accept a 8-volt battery rather than a six o n my 1940 180. When i went to pick it up they said I have something to show you, indeed it was a starter for a TWIN-SIX or Packard Twelve they stated it was all rebuilt and ready to go I have attached photos of the unit The tag came out a bit fuzzy but it was an Autolite MAX 4052. They would like $350 or so for it The place that has it is PRYOR auto electric company there located on 7156 Torresdale ave in Philadelphia Pa. Thier phone number is 215-338-1582

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Posted on: 8/30 13:34:15
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Re: TWIN SIX STARTER FOR SALE
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The AutoLite MAX 4052 is for neither the Twelve nor the Twin Six, it's for the 356 cubic inch Super Eight 1942 thru 1950. They are not particularly common, it would be a good spare for someone.

Posted on: 8/30 13:55:21
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Re: TWIN SIX STARTER FOR SALE
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I STAND CORRECTED

Posted on: 8/30 14:30:27
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Re: TWIN SIX STARTER FOR SALE
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Would it fit a 1940 180?

Posted on: 8/30 14:35:23
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