* Chrysler's bankruptcy follows many near failures * Marriage with Fiat questioned * Fiat's own weak U.S. track record a concern By Nick Carey DETROIT, April 30 (Reuters) - Once an icon of American automotive might, Chrysler has reached a new low in its rocky eight-decade history by filing for bankruptcy and cutting its business to a shadow of its former size. "Chrysler has flirted with bankruptcy on and off since 1954," said automotive historian Bob Elton. "It's been a wild ride ...
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