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The Chrysler Pentastar makes Chrysler vehicles easily identifiable. A five-pointed star within a pentagon, the Pentastar that Chrysler uses to mark its vehicles has a unique and interesting history. The Pentastar was used by Chrysler in its early beginnings and revived in the early '60's. Later, all other signs associated with Chrysler fell out of favor and Chrysler began marking all of its cars with the Pentastar symbol once more. A commonly held, false notion is that the Pentastar actually signifies the five corporate divisions of Chrysler, but this is not the case. Rather, the Pentastar was selected for its easy recognition and universal application. Now, the Pentastar has once again evolved with the merging of Chrysler and its new parent company, Daimler-Benz. The Pentastar has been redesigned as it is found inside silver wings - a symbol that undoubtedly suggests that the merging of the two companies will lead to new heights for both Chrysler and Daimler-Benz.

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