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The story of the Chrysler company begins with Walter Chrysler, machinist, manager, and entrepreneur. In 1924, his firm designed, engineered, and put out for sale the first Chrysler car. By 1925, he would take over, reorganize, and integrate the Maxwell Motor Company, another automaker, founded back in 1904. The Chrysler Corporation would be born, and so would a legacy.

The Chrysler brand name has had many parents over the years, from DaimlerChrysler in 1998 and Chrysler LLC in 2007 to the Chrysler Group LLC in 2009 and FCA US LLC in 2014. It's made plenty of automotive history along the way, too. For one, Chrysler built Sherman and Pershing tanks for the US military during World War II. It was also one of the first pioneers of the muscle car, beginning with the Chrysler C-300 in 1955 and the 1960s icon, the Chrysler Imperial LeBaron.

Today, under the Stellantis umbrella, the marque is one of the US "Big Three," an auto manufacturer known worldwide for its lineup of exceptional luxury cars and vans. By name, they range widely, from sedans such as Chrysler 300 to family minivans like Chrysler Pacifica, Pacifica Hybrid, and Voyager. Here at Mopar OEM Parts Online, we strive to uphold that commitment to outstanding quality. We offer a wide variety of Chrysler parts for sale, to be sure -- everything from air intakes and control arms to ignitions and radiators. However, we sell only original parts, straight from the Chrysler factory. That means those designed by Mopar for compatibility specifically with that premium car or minivan you love to drive. You won't get the same guaranteed fit and finish from aftermarket parts.

If you're looking to order those auto parts online, we've made it easy, not to mention affordable. Browse our extensive catalog by your model, its year, and the kinds of auto parts you're looking for, and you'll see just how easy. Buy now, and we'll ship immediately, so you can take care of the next DIY project on your to-do list post haste. Need some expert advice while you shop? You're welcome to get in touch with our team of parts specialists. We'll be glad to help with any questions or concerns you have.