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Adopted Mopars: Cars Related to Chrysler

Purchased companies

Sunbeam: from a successful rally-car maker to a Chrysler model
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Chalmers: the first car to get Chrysler hydraulic brakes
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Farmobile: German-Greek truck sold by Chrysler Europe
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Humber: the legendary upscale British car acquired by Chrysler
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Companies which purchased Chrysler:

Some cars using Chrysler engines, transmissions, or designs

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Monteverdi Hai: sleek 440 and 426 Hemi powered sports carshttp://www.allpar.com/cars/adopted/consulier-gtp.html
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Bristol: a competitor to Rolls-Royce which used Chrysler engines for 40 years in their highly advanced cars
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Powell Sport Wagon: making SUVs out of discarded Plymouths
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Maserati: Selling Chrysler-based cars to the luxury crowd
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Facel Vega: Chrysler-powered cars of the stars
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  • Matra
  • Jensen Interceptor and the revolutionary Jensen FF (1966 4x4/ABS)
  • http://www.allpar.com/old/powell.htmlConsulier GTP
  • FEI X3
  • Maserati Ghibli and Quattroporte
  • Other companies using the Chrysler TorqueFlite automatic were Aston Martin, Karrier, Mitsubishi (meidum duty trucks), Land Rover, Iveco, Stonefield, Matbro, Sirmac, and Boss. AM General used the A-904 and A-999 in their postal vehicles.
  • Sno-Cats used straight-six Dodge engines or early Hemi V8s when those engines were new.
  • Checker Cab was loosely tied to GM after World War II, but they did use Chrysler 318s in the Aerobus model (1963-64) and slant sixes in some of its regualr cabs.

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More adopted / export cars

Simca 1100 and 1204: Smash hit in Europe, failure in the US
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Simca 1300 and 1500: Chrysler Alpines with new suits
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