Delta Motor Corporation

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Delta Motor Corporation was a South African car manufacturer, which was created through a management buy-out after General Motors (GM) divested from South Africa in 1986. It assembled Opel, Isuzu and Suzuki models for sale in South Africa and for export to other right hand drive markets in the region. In 1997, GM acquired a 45 per cent stake, and in 2003 the company became a fully owned subsidiary, General Motors South Africa.

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