ST. LOUIS – Chrysler Group will spend $500 million next year on a new body shop and assembly line upgrades at its plants here as part of a 4-year investment that could exceed $1 billion. The largest share of Chrysler’s investment – the auto maker declines to say how much – will benefit St. Louis South Assembly in the form of a new body shop capable of building products on three platforms simultaneously, plus early pilot vehicles. Chrysler Town & Country minivan St. Louis South ...

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