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Chrysler poised for a comeback

The U.S. automaker that pioneered such engineering innovations as wheel rims, hydraulic brakes, oil filters and carburetor design, was forced to reorganize after President Obama ordered the company to seal a deal with Italian automaker Fiat. Today, the firm is showing signs of resurgence.

 
 

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Founder Walter Chrysler is seen here placing a price tag on one of the company's first models, which was introduced in the late 1920s.


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