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Company: General Motors Company
Based: Detroit, Michigan
Founders: William C. Durant & Charles Stewart Mott
Specialty: American Automobile Manufacturer - designs, manufactures, markets and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts. Electric, Autonomous & Hybrid vehicle manufacturer. Delco Electronics (a GM subsidy) invented the first automotive electrical ignitions.
VIDEO: GM "Sunraycer" Solar Powered Electric Race Car (1987)
GM - DELCO Electronics Integrated Circuit Chip Tie Bar
Item # 1008 & 1009
Tie bar clip from DELCO Electronics features one of their integrated circuit chips mounted on a piece of ceramic with thin-film components, with gold trace circuitry and DELCO Electronics logo.
GM AC-Delco automotive Spark Plug Components Paperweight (1974)
Lucite paperweight from GM's automotive parts brand, AC-Delco, showing the components that go into manufacturing their ceramic automtotive spark plugs.
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