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Delco Remy and Hyatt

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Delco-Remy and Hyatt, division of General Motors, of 111 Grosvenor Road, London, SW1

1924 Delco-Remy Ltd acquired Hyatt Ltd.

1925 Delco Remy and Hyatt opened new offices and works at 111, Grosvenor-road, London, S.W.I.[1]

1932 Delco-Remy granted Joseph Lucas Ltd rights to manufacture and supply in the United Kingdom vacuum control units to a design owned by General Motors. Lucas agreed to pay Delco-Remy the sum of 3 cents each for the first 50,000 vacuum control units manufactured to General Motors' design, and 2 cents each for numbers exceeding 50,000. The arrangement was to continue for an initial period of three years and would then be reviewed. Delco-Remy agreed to supply Lucas with all the information it had on the design provided such information was not the subject of any new patent application.

1937 Manufacturers of ignition and electrical equipment for internal-combustion engines. Delco Electrical Equipment.

1950 Agreement with Lucas ended

1954 Commercial Motor Show

See AC-Delco Division of General Motors

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1925/04/24