In 1893, Walter P. Chrysler was an eighteen year old who, passionate about engineering, began his apprenticeship as a mechanic for the Union Pacific railway.
Years of tireless work and an uncommon genius led him, in 1911, to begin a dazzling career as a manager in the automotive sector, quickly making himself one of the most influential personalities in the American market.
In 1925 came his turning point: aged 50 years, the talented manager decided to found the Chrysler Corporation. Within just 3 years, the company climbed from the 32nd to the 3rd largest American car producer, and its founder appeared on the cover of Time Magazine as "Man of the Year".
A story which preserves the explosive force of the American dream, and which today has reached a new, exciting chapter.
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