Industry/ Capability: In February 1942, Fisher Body completely stopped making auto bodies and began assembling the famous M-4 "Sherman" tank. Buick division was responsible for making the M18 Hellcat. — it was Buick that nicknamed the M18 "Hellcat"
Head Office: General Motors Company Renaissance Center Detroit, Michigan, United States
Noteworthy: During WWII, GM produced 854,000 trucks (& amphibious vehicles), 198,000 diesel engines, 206,000 aircraft engines, and 38,000 tanks, tank destroyers, and armored vehicles.
Fisher Tank Arsenal was not the only manufacturer of the M4(A3) Sherman Tank.
Buick also retooled to meet the demands of making engines for the B-24 bomber. By 1944, Buick's Melrose Park factory was regularly turning out 2,000 engines a month.
History and Description: U.S. M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer...
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