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Chrysler

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1925. Chrysler Limousine 30hp. Reg No TOW 929.
August 1926.
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1926. Chryslet 21/60. 21.6hp 3-Litre. Exhibit at Myreton Motor Museum.
1929. Crysler 66.
October 1931.
April 1935.
1936. Chrysler Airflow. Eight-cylinder. Exhibit at the Franschhoek Motor Museum.
1936. Chrysler Airflow. Eight-cylinder. Exhibit at the Franschhoek Motor Museum.
October 1936. Chrysler Richmond Saloon.
October 1936.
October 1936. Super power Chrysler built to George Eyston's designs.
1946.
1959. Crysler Roal AP2. Exhibit at National Motor Museum, Australia.
1962. Crysler Valient. Exhibit at National Motor Museum, Australia.
October 1976. Chrysler 180.
1977. Crysler Sunbeam. Exhibit at Glasgow Museum of Transport.
1977. Crysler Avenger.

Crysler is a US car maker.

1951 Exhibitor at the 1951 Motor Show in the Car Section.

1963 Exhibitor at the 1963 Motor Show. Importer

1964 Acquired 46 percent of Rootes Motors which was in financial difficulties[1]

1966 Chrysler expanded into Europe, by taking over the Rootes Group, Simca of France and Barreiros of Spain, to form Chrysler Europe.

1967 Chrysler took a controlling interest in Rootes, which had announced a £97 million loss.

Subsequently Chrysler acquired the minority interest in Rootes and suppressed the Rootes brand, using Chrysler instead.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 12, 1975