Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
Motors Diesel Division_logo}}.jpg Click here to upload a logo
|Headquarters||Detroit, Michigan, United States, Canada|
The locomotive unit was acquired by private investors, the transit bus divisions were purchased by TMC in the U.S. and MCI in Canada, and the GM Defense unit was purchased by General Dynamics. The engine making unit later became Detroit Diesel and sold to DaimlerChrysler AG in 2000 (now a unit of Daimler AG).
GMDD's Canadian operations were renamed as Diesel Division of General Motors of Canada Limited in 1975.
|HR150G-T6H5307N-T9||40 foot||electric trolley bus (with BBC Brown Boveri & Company Limited power traction system)|
|4104||35 foot||intercity bus 6-71 diesel engine emergency door at rear of left side A/C used auxiliary gasoline engine|
|4106||35 foot||intercity bus 8V-71 diesel engine no auxiliary engine for A/C|
|4107||35 foot||intercity bus 8V-71 diesel engine called a Buffalo because of its appearance|
|4108||35 foot||intercity bus 8V-71 diesel engine short version of a 4905|
|4905||40 foot||intercity bus 8V-71 diesel engine Long wheelbase|
|TDH 4517||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|PD-4103||40 foot||GM "old-look" transit bus diesel|
|PD-4104||40 foot||GM "old-look" transit bus diesel|
|TDH 5301||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|TDH 5302||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|TDH 5303||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|TDH 5304||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|T6H 5305||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|T6H 5307N||40 foot||GM New Look (Fishbowl) Bus diesel bus|
|TA60-102N||60 foot||articulated diesel bus|
|TC40-102A/N||40 foot||Classic (transit bus) - later produced by Motor Coach Industries, Nova Bus, TMC and now Dupon Trolley Industries|
|TC60-102N||60 foot||Classic (transit bus) articulated diesel bus - later produced by Nova Bus|
|RTS||40 foot||diesel buses - later produced by Nova Bus and TMC|
|London, Ontario, Canada||1962-1978||buses; shared location with locomotive plant (under Electro Motive Division of GM)||sold to General Dynamics|
|Saint-Eustache, Quebec||1979-1989||final assemly plant for buses sold in Quebec||sold to Motor Coach Industries|
|Saint-Laurent, Quebec||1974-1979||final assembly plant for buses sold in Quebec|
|Detroit, Michigan||buses and locomotives|
|This page uses some content from Wikipedia. The original article was at General Motors Diesel Division. The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki, the text of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons by Attribution License and/or GNU Free Documentation License. Please check page history for when the original article was copied to Wikia|