{Chrysler 300} Re: Follow-up - Generator tags - an additional source
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{Chrysler 300} Re: Follow-up - Generator tags - an additional source

Good Morning,

One additional generator tag source is recommended to me by local Chicago 300 Club member, Jay Hackleman. Jay just had the generator converted to a Gener-Nator, for his '57 300-C convertible that's in restoration, and Jay's very happy with it.

I spoke with Don Allen, proprietor of Gener-Nator, a couple days ago and he has generator tags available for sale - $24 for a blank, and $33 stamped.

Don's website - GenerNator high amp classic car alternator built inside generator (gener-nator.com) -does not display photos of the available tags, so I suggest you have a photo of the tag you're looking to order from Don.


On 03/16/2023 12:26 PM Noel Hastalis <cpaviper@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Here's what I've come up with in my search for a generator tag for my just-rebuilt 300-F dual pulley generator #GJM-8202A. Thanks to everyone who sent me their suggestions.
I was able to purchase a correctly stamped one from Jeff Carter that he had acquired from one of our late West Coast Club Members about 8 years ago.


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