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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Tube Box Art, Part 16 : Delco


Delco was a subsidiary of General Motors which developed car electronics and radios. They also supplied tubes under their own brand.

As far as I am aware they did not have tube manufacturing of their own, so these were rebranded tubes from the major suppliers.

As with most tube boxes the earlier one had beautiful logos :

And got simplified over time:

The latest boxes had the most bland design:

I found this tube box branded General Motors Parts Corp. Not sure if that was part of Delco or if this box is from a time prior to the formation of Delco.

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