1925: Walter P. Chrysler reorganizes Maxwell Motor Co. into Chrysler Corp.
1928: Chrysler acquires Dodge Bros.
1950: Chrysler establishes Missile Division for engineering and production for the U.S. Army's Ordnance Guided Missile Center at the Redstone Arsenal.
1959: Chrysler re-designates the project as the Space Division, and becomes Marshall Space Flight Center's prime contractor, designing fuel tanks for the Apollo program.
1967: Chrysler expands to Europe, attaining majority stock in the British Rootes Group, Simca of France and Barreiros of Spain.
1971: Chrysler buys 15% stake in Mitsubishi.
1978: Chrysler sells Chrysler Europe assets to PSA Peugeot Citroen.
1979: Congress approves Loan Guarantee Act with $1.5 billion in federal loans to Chrysler in the largest federal bailout at that time.
1982: Chrysler sells its defense business to General Dynamics for less than $350 million.
1984: Chrysler acquires stake in Maserati.
1985: Chrysler buys Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. for $637 million.