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    old(est?) sa-200

    Here is #7, and that'll be it for a while ... maybe.

    Its serial number is D14470 dating it to 1938.
    I dont know if they invented faceplates in 39, but they most certainly didnt a year prior.
    This thing is cool and it ran when I bought it! The hood and gas tank are homemade,
    so I will be doing the same. I hope to disassemble, clean, paint, and resassemble to working condition. It didnt weld at the time of purchase, but the main armature had a layer
    of gunk on it that is hopefully the culprit. This will be my first real restore involving separating generator and motor, so any tips are appriciated, though I've aleady found many throughout the forum.




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    Re: old(est?) sa-200

    Its amazing that these things last as long as they do. Lets see the chicoms last 70+ years
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    If it dont fit get a bigger hammer

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