The History of the Delco-Remy Divsion of General Motors
A.K.A. "The Remy Brothers" or "The Remy Electric Company"
1896-1994
Delco-Remy at the Normandy Invasion, June 6, 1944   World War Two Products and Product Applications    The Army-Navy "E" Award   Our War Job

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Batteries    Delcotrons    Heated Windshield   Heavy Duty   Horns   Ignition   Magnequench   MISAR   Missile Battery   Propulsion Systems for Electric Vehicles   Regulators    Shock Absorbers  Starters   Switches

Products
Heavy Duty


The Road Gang - Heavy Duty Cranking Motor, Delco Battery and Delcotron.  Gene Phillips photo.


Photo is courtesy of Peter Newell of Adelaide, South Australia.  Peter found this DR ID Tag for a 35MT Heavy Duty Cranking Motor with a metal detector outside the Lewiston Country Fire Service Station in South Australia.  It just shows the DR product line can be found just about anywhere in the world.  ID tag for a Model 1113472, serial number 77123.

   Photos below from Delco-Remy Product Guide, 8/92
The generators and starters shown below were the basis for the Heavy Duty business for at least the last 25 years of Delco-Remy's existence.  These then also formed the product line for the new company that was spun off as Delco Remy America (Now Remy). 



Heavy Duty Delcotrons - 20SI, 21SI, 26SI, 30SI and 50DN


While the SI models all had the internal  integrated circuit regulator, the 50 DN had a separate transistorized regulator originally built in Plant 6 and then in Plant 17.

Heavy Duty Starters - 28MT, 37MT, 38MT, 42MT and 50MT


Gene Phillips 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

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