The History of the Delco-Remy Divsion of General Motors
A.K.A. "The Remy Brothers" or "The Remy Electric Company"
1896-1994
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The Wright Museum of WWII- Wolfboro, NH

This page added 11-15-2017.


This is a GMC DUKW amphibian built during WWII which came equipped with Delco-Remy electrical equipment.  Author's photo from the 2017 MVPA convention in Cleveland, OH.


The Wright Museum of World War II is located in a Wolfboro, NH, and is dedicated to telling the story of the United States in WWII.  Author's photo.


Inside the museum is this unique open space frame that allows the visitor to view the internal workings of the DUKW.  From this location the Delco-Remy DC generator and the DR tag can be seen on GMC engine.  Author's photo.


Author's photo.


Author's photo.


Delco-Remy model number 1105784.  Author's photo.


Also at the museum is this Packard 4M2500 marine engine that were used to power PT boats.  Author's photo.


The entire engine, including the accessories, has been given a coat of tan paint.  Even with the paint on the starter, the distinctive outline of the DR tag is visible.  Author's photo.


Author's photo.


" Delco-Remy" is still readable on the starter's DR tag.  Author's photo.


The Delco-Remy DC generator on the Packard 4M2500 at the Wright Museum has an unpainted DR tag.   Author's photo.


The serial number on this unit is 16069.   Author's photo.

 

 

Delco-Remy at the Normandy Invasion, June 6, 1944   World War Two Products and Product Applications   The Army-Navy "E" Award   Our War Job
Home  History   The Plants   Plant Photos   Moments in Time  The Products   Product Brochures   Service Manuals   Training Booklets   Video  Employment Numbers   Museums   Sources  Allied Divisions   Revisions   Reunions   Remy Electric Country Club   Vintage Literature about The Remy Electric Company   Links

This Website has no affiliation with General Motors, Delphi Holdings, Remy International, or Borg-Warner.  The content is to only present a historical perspective of the plants and products of the former Delco-Remy Division previous to 1994.  All content presented on this website is for general information only.   Website designed and maintained by David D Jackson.  
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