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HI Everyone

I'm not sure if this the right place to post, but I'm looking for an alternator for our '72 GTO.  I'm looking for one with part number 1100928 and a 12/71 date code.

It doesn't have to work but I need one in rebuildable condition.

If you have one, send me photos.



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Okay bud! There is a story here! What’s up? Did your your’s die or is dying? Are you trying to be concurs correct for some reason?

For all I know, my Lemans or Indyman Joe’s Lemans may be correct for your ‘72 as well. We both have 72s.

I was given a spare alternator but I have no idea what the part number or date is. It could be from any GM car or truck. However, it looks like my original. 

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HI Frosty,

I guess there is a little story.  Last summer we drove the Goat to the GTOAA Nationals and the car got a Concours Silver award in the Unrestored class.  Three things they deducted points on were the water pump, power steering pump, and alternator.  I have the original power steering pump, it needs to be rebuilt, so I thought I'd track down the correct alternator.  My docs indicate the car was built in late January '72 so I need one with a 12/71 date code.  I thought I'd line up the correct parts for the car and switch them out with what's in the car.   I replaced the old exhaust in April with a factory correct replacement system.  It's looking like this year, we'll be trying to bring the car closer to it's as-delivered state.

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