Chrysler Engines 1922-1998
SAE International, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 418 pages
This book chronicles over 75 years of engine design, development, and production at Chrysler Corporation. Every production engine built by Chrysler is covered in detail, with descriptions, pictures, specifications, and timelines provided for each. In addition to the specifications, the book also looks at the personalities behind the engines' development, and the vehicles in which the engines were used.
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