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1910s / 20ies rotor id?


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I'm hoping someone here can help me with this:

I just found some antique rotors, most of them probably from the 10s or 20ies. but I have no idea what they fit.

thanks!!!

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I'd put them at 1920's-30's.

My 1938 Universal catalog shows rotor pics (Delco,Auto-Lite, North East) some look like yours, but part numbers don't match yours so we'll have to consider this an educated guess: Upper row of 5 rotors look like "Chevrolet 1922 to 27, I.H.C. 1923 to 27 "and others". Delco Part #806973, Spring #806957.

A 1930's delco "Remy" & Auto-Lite catalog should list the embossed numbers seen on these.

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