CHRYSLER Car Manuals PDF & Wiring Diagrams above the page - 200, 300, Minivan, Pacifica, Town & Country; Chrysler EWDs - Imperial, New Yorker, Newport, Concorde, Cordoba; Chrysler standard and specific Fault Codes DTC.
Chrysler was founded in 1923.
The first car produced by Chrysler was in 1924. It was a six cylinder with hydraulic brakes. The car sold 43,000 at $1645. It was a popular automobile due to its spectacular potential of 70 mph. Many cars were produced during this time due to increasing competition. A beautiful Imperial was soon built and sold for $3095 in 1926.
Chrysler soon realized they needed to better market their products. They hoped to become a leading competitor in the automobile industry along with Ford, Dodge, and General Motors. They did so by producing the Plymouth, Four, and DeSoto Six in 1928. With increased production Chrysler sold 98,000 cars in 1929. As competition increased so did the ideas by Chrysler Corporation.
During the 1940's Chrysler began producing an excessive amount of cars. They became extremely competitive with Buick, while selling cars in the price range of $1295 for a Windsor to $3965 for a Crown Imperial limousine.
Overall Chrysler has become a major automobile corporation. They have created some spectacular cars throughout the years. In the 1980's as well as the 1990's they continued to change features and upgrade automobiles. They have increased production and looked forward to satisfying customers along with remaining profitable.