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Powermaster 82057 PowerGEN 90A GM Long Black 6V Neg Grd 500x406
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Powermaster 82057
• Old time look, modern power and efficiency
• One wire operation
• Heavy duty regulator
• Fits original brackets
Our Price: $429.95
UPC 692209016458
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Powermaster 82057 Powermaster "PowerGen" Alternator
Fits 1948-1954, General Motors vehicles with 6 volt, negative ground systems

If you want the look of an original generator, but the reliability and power of a modern alternator, the PowerGen from Powermaster is the answer. The PowerGen looks just like the generator your classic car came with or it can add the traditional look to any hot rod or street rod. But this is not old technology, it's a modern, powerful alternator that can keep up with all of the latest electrical accessories you have added to your ride.

In most applications it will fit using the original or original style brackets so installation couldn't be easier. It also features a one-wire hook-up and delivers a full 75 amps, 60 amps at idle.


Black finish
Long 7.1" field housing
Standard 3/8" pulley
Shipping Weight/Dimensions:
Weight:14.50 lbs
Height:8.00 in.
Length:12.00 in.
Width:12.00 in.
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- Last Updated: 2016-06-19 20:14:23 -
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