Complete generator. This is the tall one, embossed "VICTOR LAMP CO. "CIN'TI OHIO"
Both tanks in excellent condition, as are the carbide basket and ash can, but the valve seat apparently needs work. The hook itself seems fine, with good threads and good ball end. The area under the duckfoot clamp isn't damaged paint but a little pad to protect it. Lower tank, in primer, is probably a (good quality) reproduction. $650 plus shipping. rvmodeltATnetsyncDOTnet
Pictures aren't the greatest. The lettering on the top tank is clean and crisp.
Will take BRO.
R.V. I will take it
Holding for John.
Got it, Wonderful packing job Thanks.
R.V. What do you mean exactly by a good ball end? The reason I ask is I recently bought one and would like to know if you are referring to the lower end shape where the water drip is controlled. Is it supposed to be a ball shape? Thanks!
Hi R.V. do you have any Victor, Jno Brown or E&J brass or black and brass carbide headlights? Was thinking of restoring some lights this winter as the snow flies, Kim Dobbins thought you might have some for sale, thanks!
Just checking the Classifieds after returning from Camerons' swap meet. Darren, the end of the drip valve has a ball shape to mate with the female end of the seat. It's different from the needle valve configurations of most early carburetors. Mike, I will see what I have. Do you want them for your car or to restore and re-sell?