History of Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, Jeep, DeSoto, AMC, and Others

See our new section on Chrysler corporate facts and history, which covers factories, labs, culture, branding and sales, suppliers, recovery plans, acquisitions (e.g buying Dodge Brothers), and other “corporate” information.

Some key sections

Full-brand histories

Technologies

 

Vehicle types

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Historically significant vehicles and projects

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The Walter P. Chrysler Museum

Fame

Engineering and design

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Engineering and design notes for specific cars

Memories and stories

Bits and pieces

If you are interested in the history of a particular car, please see the vehicles page. Also see our section on Chrysler corporate facts and history, which includes notes on culture, branding and sales, suppliers, recovery plans, acquisitions (e.g buying Dodge Brothers), and other “corporate” information.

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