Brampton production figures according to Plant Tour Brochure

BRAMPTON PRODUCTION FIGURES 1961-1992
YEARMODELUNITSTOTAL
1961CLASSIC41684168
1962AMERICAN
CLASSIC
5050
12297
17347
1963AMERICAN
CLASSIC
AMBASSADOR
5308
18941
3242
27491
1964AMERICAN
CLASSIC
AMBASSADOR
11860
19247
1877
32984
1965AMERICAN
CLASSIC
AMBASSADOR
9391
18264
6893
34548
1966AMERICAN
CLASSIC
AMBASSADOR
9314
11606
7852
28772
1967AMERICAN
REBEL
AMBASSADOR
5434
15836
10125
31395
1968AMERICAN
REBEL
AMBASSADOR
25296
9718
6413
41427
1969AMERICAN
REBEL
24185
15529
38714
1970AMERICAN
GREMLIN
REBEL
36408
3260
3581
43249
1971HORNET
GREMLIN
17666
23428
41094
1972HORNET
GREMLIN
18650
33091
57741
1973HORNET
GREMLIN
32331
37663
69994
1974HORNET
GREMLIN
43150
39223
82373
1975HORNET
GREMLIN
21848
10163
32011
1976HORNET
GREMLIN
35204
14422
49626
1977HORNET
GREMLIN
21218
19166
40284
1978CONCORD
GREMLIN
41017
4211
45228
1979JEEP CJ-5
JEEP CJ-7
20913
30684
51597
1980JEEP CJ-5
JEEP CJ-7
12050
17993
30043
1981CONCORD
EAGLE
10441
10347
20788
1982CONCORD
EAGLE
10117
20900
31017
1983CONCORD
SPIRIT
EAGLE
SX/4
14277
1689
10424
5398
31788
1984EAGLE
SX/4
25535
1
25536
1985EAGLE1686616866
1986EAGLE82178217
1987EAGLE
JEEP
4996
44517
49513
1988EAGLE
JEEP
2305
46130
48435
1989JEEP7102571025
1990JEEP5745157451
1991JEEP5724157241
1992JEEP8201582015
TOTAL BRAMPTON PRODUCTION 1961-1992: 1280078

On October 1, 1987 – following the acquisition by Chrysler Corporation of the former American Motors Corporation (AMC) – Chrysler Canada acquired the Canadian operations and facilities of the former American Motors (Canada) Inc. The former AMC (Canada) operations were reorganized as the Jeep/Eagle Division of Chrysler. The acquisition included the addition of AMC's Canadian dealers, two vehicle assembly plants and three components manufacturing plants to Chrysler Canada operations.
The plants included the new high-technology Bramalea Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ontario, which produced Eagle Premier passenger cars and the Brampton Assembly Plant which built Jeep® YJ vehicles and Eagle sedans and station wagons. The Brampton Assembly Plant opened in 1960 and ceased production in April 1992.
The former AMC (Canada) subsidiary plants included the Holmes Foundry Ltd. in Sarnia, Ontario (acquired by AMC in 1970, and subsequently closed in 1988), which produced engine blocks; Canadian Fabricated Products Ltd. of Stratford, Ontario (est. 1971 and sold in 1994), which produced automotive interior trim; and Guelph Products in Guelph, Ontario (opened in 1987, and subsequently sold by Chrysler in early 1993), supplied moulded plastic components to the Bramalea Assembly Plant.
 

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