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Having any issue and need help for AM General Motors then just call on AM General Customer Service and resolve issues. AM General is an American heavy vehicle and contract automotive manufacturer
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Having any issue and need help for AM General Motors then just call on AM General Customer Service and resolve issues. AM General is an American heavy vehicle and contract automotive manufacturer based in South Bend, Indiana. It is best known for the civilian Hummer and the military Humvee that are assembled in Mishawaka, Indiana. For a relatively brief period, 1974–1979, the company also manufactured transit buses, making more than 5,400. 

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AM General traces its roots to the Standard Wheel Company of Terre Haute, Indiana, which expanded in 1903 to include the Overland Automotive Division. In 1908, John North Willys purchased the Overland company, then based in Indianapolis, Indiana, and renamed it Willys-Overland Motors, Inc. In the 1940s, Willys-Overland developed a vehicle to U.S. Army’s requirements and later mass-produced “America’s first four-wheel drive one-fourth-ton tactical utility truck” the Jeep of World War II fame. In 1953, Kaiser Motors purchased Willys-Overland, and changed the name to Kaiser-Willys Motor Company. In 1963 the company’s name changed again to Kaiser-Jeep Corporation.

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AM General’s roots (and its location in South Bend) also lie with the “General Products Division” of Studebaker, which, along with its substantial defense contracts, was acquired by Kaiser Industries in early 1964 after Studebaker closed its U.S. auto manufacturing operations. At the time, Kaiser had been awarded a US$ 87 million Army truck contract, and under government pressure agreed to perform the work at the South Bend plant it had recently acquired from Studebaker. Subsequently, American Motors Corporation purchased the Jeep Corporation from Kaiser in 1970 when Kaiser itself decided to leave the auto business. In 1971, AMC made the General Products Division of Jeep a wholly owned subsidiary and renamed it AM General Corporation.

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