Frank Currie began designing and building differentials for material-handling equipment back in 1959. He worked out of his garage fabricating and assembling rearends for personnel carriers, electric carts, tugs, scissor lifts, and other specialty vehicles. By 1964 the Currie manufacturing facility moved to a 5,000-square-foot building in Placentia, California. Frank's three sons Charlie, John, and Raymond entered the family business full-time in the late 1970s. They also decided to turn their off-road hobby into a family business and began developing superior aftermarket rearends for Jeeps.
Today Currie Enterprises occupies a 40,000 square foot complex in Corona California. The company continues to grow in size and product line. They now have more than 50 employees and boast a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. The Curries design, build, modify, test, sell, and install rearend and drive-train products all under one roof. From humble beginnings and a dream of Frank and Evelyn, Currie has become the most recognized name in specialty rearends and components.