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The Chrysler Museum in Pictures: Gone But Not Forgotten

By: · February 21, 2017

-Most every great car company has a museum to chronicle its past and to showcase its greatest and most noteworthy products. And until December 2016, those ranks included Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, whose Walter P. Chrysler Museum on the grounds of the company’s Auburn Hills, Michigan, headquarters opened to the public in 1999. The museum housed as many as 67 of the company’s more interesting production, concept, and racing cars in a sprawling 55,000-square-foot facility with three floors and a rotating center display tower. The building, says FCA, will now be converted to badly needed office space.-The good news is the company plans to preserve the historic vehicles in the collection, showing them at events and displaying some at various FCA facilities. In the meantime, here are some you might like seeing again plus a few you may have forgotten.-1915 Dodge Brothers Touring Car-1934 Chrysler Airflow-1941 Chrysler Newport-1943 Willys-Overland Jeep MB-1946 Dodge Power Wagon-Town & Country Convertible-1953 Chrysler Special by Ghia-1955 Chrysler C-300-1955 Dodge LaFemme-Chrysler Air Raid Siren-Dodge C-100 Sweptside Pickup-1963 Chrysler Turbine Car-Dodge Charger-1969 Plymouth Road Runner-1970 Plymouth Duster-Dodge Li’l Red Express Truck-1984 Dodge Caravan Minivan-1985 Dodge Shelby Charger-1997 Plymouth Prowler-2002 Dodge Razor Concept




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