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1966 Chrysler Corporation factories and other facilities

Just how big was Chrysler Corporation in 1966? They were big... and not just in cars. Today, when Chrysler has a single plant making all its sedans and coupes, the size of the company back in 1966 is almost impossible to believe.

Defense and space program plants (1966)

Saturn I rocket

1969 car and truck assembly snapshot

Within the United States:

detroit Plymouth factory

Throughout the world:

poissy plant

All other 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).

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

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