Chrysler Engines, 1922-1998

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.
  • 2007-10-26
  • Published by SAE International with a Product Code of R-365, ISBN of 978-0-7680-1642-0, and 438 pages in a hardbound binding.
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“We went through our library and can confirm that no definitive history of a single company’s engine families has ever been undertaken in this sort of usable, precisely written detail. Whether you’re a Chrysler hardliner or not, you will want to invest in this exceptional work.” --Jim Donnelly and Terry McGean, Hemmings Motor News, May 2010
“The book is extraordinarily user-friendly inasmuch as the well-sorted Table of Contents is further augmented by a subsequent multi-page listing of all engines by type and a separate list in numerical order of all A-program codes (the latter mostly relevant to the researcher or engine historian who, by knowing that the numbering system rolled over in 1964, often struggle with telling an earlier from a later program using identical numbers). This along with the commendably thorough Index make all the detail in this book actually findable.”—
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