1966 Chrysler Corporation factories and other facilities

1967 plymouth at the factory

Defense and space program plants (1966)

twinsburg stamping plant

Production outside the United States, 1966

  • Argentina: Valiant
  • Australia: Valiant, Hillman, Singer, Humber, Dodge trucks
  • Brazil: Simca Esplanada
  • Canada: Plymouth, Dodge, Dodge and Fargo trucks
  • Colombia: Dodge, Dodge trucks
  • France: Simca 1000, 1301, 1501
  • Mexico: Plymouth, Valiant, Barracuda, Dodge, Dart, Dodge trucks
  • Morocco: Simca 1000, 1301
  • Netherlands: Plymouth, Valiant, Barracuda, Dodge, Dart, Dodge and Fargo trucks, Kew trucks
  • Peru: Plymouth, Dodge, Simca 1000, Dodge and Fargo trucks, Kew trucks
  • Philippines: Valiant, Plymouth, Dart, Dodge, Simca 1000, Hillman, Dodge and Fargo trucks, Kew trucks
  • Rhodesia: Commer and Karrier trucks
  • South Africa: Valiant, Barracuda, Dodge, Simca 1000, Hillman, Humber, Dodge, Kew, Commer, Karrier
  • Spain: Dart, Simca 1000, Barreiros
  • Turkey: Dodge, Fargo, DeSoto, and Kew trucks
  • U.K.: Hillman, Sunbeam, Singer, Humber; Kew, Commer, Karrier trucks
  • Venezuela: Plymouth, Valiant, Barracuda, Dodge, Dart, Simca 1000, Hillman, Humber, Dodge and Fargo trucks, Commer

1961 plymouth factory

1969 Snapshot

  • Detroit: Belvedere, Coronet, Fury, Polara, Chrysler, Imperial
  • Hamtramk: Valiant, Barracuda, Dart, Charger
  • Warren: Dart (A-100) (Detroit, Hamtramk, and Warren production: 815,313)
  • St. Louis South: Belvedere, Coronet, Charger, Dart A-100 (216,215 in all) (St. Louis North was open in 1969 but not listed)
  • Los Angeles: Valiant, Belvedere, Dart, Coronet (71,704)
  • Belvidere: Fury, Polara (216,153)
  • Newark, Delaware: Fury, Polara, Chrysler (186,177)
  • In 1966, the 1933 Office and Display building was still up on Jefferson Avenue.

detroit Plymouth factory

List of 1966 Chrysler factories

Non-automotive: Airtemp (Dayton, OH); Amplex Harper (Detroit); Amplex Trenton (MI); Amplex Van Wert (Ohio); Chrysler Boat Corporation (Plano, TX); Chrysler Outboard Engine (Hartford, WI); Lynch Road Chemical Operations (Detroit); Marine and Industrial Products (Marysville, MI); Trenton Chemical (Trenton, MI); Trenton Friction Materials (MI); West Coast Chemical Operations (Los Angeles, CA).

M-60 tanks

Assembly plants: Belvidere, IL; Hamtramck, MI; Jefferson Avenue (Detroit); Los Angeles; Lynch Road (Detroit); Missouri (Fenton); Newark, DE; St. Louis (Fenton, MI); Warren (MI). Trucks were made in Fenton and Warren.

St. Louis Assembly Plant

Manufacturing plants: Detroit Forge; Detroit Universal; Eight Mile Stamping; Eldon Avenue Axle; Hamtramck Foundry; Highland Park Machining; Huber Avenue Foundry; Indianapolis Electrical; Indianapolis Foundry; Kokomo Casting; Lyons Trim; Mack Avenue Stamping; McGraw Glass; Mound Road Engine; New Castle Forge; New Castle Machining; New Process Gear (Syracuse); Outer Drive Stamping; Sterling Stamping; Trenton Engine; Twinsburg Stamping; Toledo Machining; Vernor Tool and Die; Warren Stamping; Warren Tool and Die; Winfield Foundry

mound road engine plant

Also included was, thanks to Chrysler’s recent purchase of a majority in SIMCA, a plant in Poissy, France:

poissy plant

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