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Truck Museum - Auburn, IN
This museum is in the same complex
as the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum and contains vehicles and models from
many years. It is also located in some of the original buildings
from the Cord Automobile manufacturing complex in Auburn. As can be
seen below, Delco-Remy is well represented in the museum.
This is a V-12 engine with 4 sparkplugs per
cylinder. Great business for DR and the sparkplug manufacturers.
Note one right behind the non DR alternator and the one at the front of
the engine on top. The alternator was added later and actually
covers the original generator which the lower distributor attaches to.
It appears that the original DC generator was a Delco-Remy product but the
ID could not be seen.
Delco-Remy Starter on the American-LaFrance
twelve cylinder engine.
Twelve volt model 744 with serial number 2837.
A red tag designates 12 volts.
The black tag would indicate 6 volts which
would be the proper voltage for the era.
Twelve cylinder distributor with two coil
Model number looks like 4162 with a serial
number or date code of 2M10 which would be the December 10 of the second
year of the decade it was built in. This would be a newer
distributor from the one shown below.
Distributor number two.
Note the twelve sparkplug wires.
Model number 1111202, Serial looks to be 305.
This shows the other side of the engine with
six cylinders and 12 sparkplugs.
As one rounds a corner in the museum here is a
1970 Harley-Davidson Servi-Car with a Delco-Remy Delcotron on it.
The rest of the section and photos were taken
in the lower level which is dedicated to International-Harvester vehicles.
This 1936 IH engine has the only DR Klaxon horn mounted on it that we have
found in a museum.
Delco-Remy DC generator model 937R with serial
The DR distributor is a model 622.
DR starter looks to be a Model 736X with
serial number 66101.
The Rare Delco-Remy Klaxon Horn, this one
mounted to the cylinder head. Very interesting.
The Klaxon is six volt and appears to be a
This International Harvester 7.3 Diesel has a
DR starter and maybe an alternator. The really great thing is that
this was going on Ford Motor Company 3/4 and 1-ton pickup trucks and vans.
It was always great to get a GM component on a Ford truck or van.
Note that the starter is not flush to the
Delco-Remy starter 1998408, Serial number
This monster is a International DTI-446 diesel
engine and has a Delco-Remy starter.