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The Chrysler Canada Story: A Complete Book on the Web

In 2001, automotive historian James Mays published his awaited history of Chrysler Canada, a company whose background has remained largely unknown to the general public. While some Canadians may be familiar with a few of the names of the company’s leaders, such as E.C. Row (thanks to an expressway in Windsor), many have no idea that these people were ever associated with Chrysler Canada.

In 2013, Mr. Mays graciously provided Allpar with the opportunity to reprint the full book, unabridged; for the post-war sections, Lawrence Monkhouse kindly provided archival photography, including his own photos of various Chrysler Canada facilities.


James C. Mays’ writing can also be seen on the OldCarsCanada site. Also see: Chrysler Canada summary • Canada at Valiant.orgFargo Trucks

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