Warren Stamping Plant
The Warren Stamping Plant is a Chrysler automobile factory in Warren, Michigan. The factory was completed in 1948 and began production in 1949. Nearby Chrysler facilities include the Warren Truck Assembly and the Mound Road Engine plant. There also was once the nearby Sherwood Assembly that closed in the late 1970s when Chrysler halted production of the Dodge Medium and Heavy Duty trucks and exited the market. Sherwood Assembly has since been torn down.
Stampings and assemblies including hoods, roofs, liftgates, side apertures, fenders and floor pans. These provided parts for the many Chrysler vehicles, including in recent years the Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram Trucks.
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