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Keystone Chrysler

6819 Johnson Drive

(913) 831-4500

Need a PT Cruiser Convertible, Crossfire, Sebring Sedan or Convertible, Pacifica, Town & Country 300C or an Aspen? Keystone Chrysler will gladly accommodate you.

Located at 6819 Johnson Drive, Keystone is one of the longest-standing, continually operated car dealerships in the Kansas City metro area; the original dealership (Mission Chrysler) being built in Mission in 1958. Around 1970, Faddis Motor Company moved to this location selling Chrysler, Plymouth and Imperial automobiles. In 1985, Mr. Bierwirth bought out Faddis and the dealership name was changed to Bierwirth Chrysler-Plymouth.

In 1998, Tom Doherty purchased Bierwirth and renamed it Keystone Chrysler-Plymouth, dropping the Plymouth brand in 2001. Today, Tim Doherty, the company's president, operates the business on a day-to-day basis, employing around fifty people. Keystone is a Chrysler Five Star dealer and one of only a few full-service dealerships with new and used vehicles sales, service, parts and collision center.

As a business in Mission, Keystone is involved in their local community, supporting area school groups and clubs, providing vehicles for parades and generously giving financial support to community events.

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