With a background in the car industry, Walter Chrysler launched his own brand in 1924.  The Chrysler Corporation also owned the Plymouth, Dodge and DeSoto companies and in 1955, Imperial became a separate marque.  Currently, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep & Ram models are distributed worldwide, with FIAT becoming Chrysler’s fifth brand sold in North America.

1931 Chrysler Imperial Series CG Club Sedan. Model by GLM
1933 Chrysler Imperial Le Baron Phaeton. Model by Altaya
1935 Chrysler Airflow. Models by Rex Toys
1936 Chrysler Airflow. Model by Altaya
1941 Chrysler Saratoga. Model by Brooklin
1941 Chrysler Newport (Indy 500 Pace Car). Model by Brooklin
1942 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon. Model by Matrix
1946 Chrysler Windsor. Model by Solido
1947 Chrysler Town & Country. Model by Vitesse
1947 Chrysler Windsor. Model by Kager
1948 Chrysler Windsor. Model by Solido
1949 Chrysler Town & Country Convertible Coupe. Model by Matrix
1950 Chrysler Town & Country Coupe. Models by Franklin Mint
1953 Chrysler Ghia C.B. Thomas Special. Model by Matrix
1955 Chrysler C-300. Model by Brooklin
1958 Chrysler New Yorker Cabriolet. Model by Eligor
1959 Chrysler 300E Convertible. Model by Brooklin
1960 Chrysler 300F Hardtop Coupe. Model by Neo
1961 Chrysler Newport Sedan. Model by Neo
1961 Chrysler Newport Wagon. Model by Neo
1962 Chrysler New Yorker Sedan. Model by Kess
1964 Chrysler Turbine. Model by New Ray
1976 Chrysler Town & Country. Model by Neo
1984 Chrysler Fifth Avenue. Model by Matrix
1990 Chrysler Le Baron Convertible (Version 1). Model by Neo
1994 Chrysler Voyager APV. Model by GLM
1995 Chrysler Atlantic - Concept. Model by Best of Show
2000 Chrysler PT Cruiser. Model by Auto Art
2004 Chrysler 300C Hemi. Model by Norev
2004 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster. Model by Norev
2004 Chrysler ME Four-Twelve (concept car)
2005 Chrysler Firepower (concept car)
2008 Chrysler Viper SRT 10. Model by Altaya