Dodge Brother Car and Truck Accessories

Trucks are big wheeled carrier automotive vehicles with huge compartments or trays to transport goods and other bulky objects. There are many kinds of trucks and it has three classifications namely light, medium and heavy. It specializes in hauling and transports over-sized objects or load use in mining and construction.

Some of the most popular trucks include Dodge, Chevy, Ford and Toyota. You are guaranteed of their quality parts and accessories that stand out among the other brands. These accessories enhance the functions and visual value of your car or truck. Choose those parts that will be functional and not merely beautify the physical appearance of your vehicle.

Dodge truck automotive brands began its manufacturing car and truck accessories, interior and exterior parts and complete form of vehicle in 1914. They are award-winning for their durability and even top the highest rank in market sales. Dodge introduces features similar to car accessories to its first limited edition of wagon and van.

It then started making up new designs and accessories fitted for their trucks and other lightweight vans and cars. Dodge truck accessories understand the significance of purchasing parts and accessories for your vehicles to make it last long. It will be a practical utility.

Dodge Brothers Company was originally founded and managed by Dodge Brothers Horace and John Dodge in the year 1900 in Detroit. They have seen the fast paced needs for car and truck chassis and engine so they produce and compete in the cities’ growing number of automobile production and sites.

In 1914, the brother decided to make a new creation, the four cylinders Dodge Model30. It was the first and pioneering model that lasted until 1927 and features high quality and steel panel framing, 12 volt electrical system, and sliding gear transmission that remains to be the best and most popular design.

Dodge brothers owned exceptional awards and well-deserved reputations with their creations. Their cars and trucks were even getting the second placer in United States in terms of sales, production process and long lasting durability of the vehicle.

Dodge cars continued its success until 1920 when Dodge brother died in the same year leaving their company into the hand of their widow’s brothers. The Model30 evolved and soon became the new Series116, retaining its basic structure and engineering features. They also emerged and entered into agreement to produce light truck under Graham Brothers.

After a long time of stagnation in development and producing new cars and trucks, soon the Dodge fell down into fifth and seventh place in the industry. The company was then totally sold to a well-known investment group by the widows in not less than US$ 146 million, and changed the company’s name into Dillon, Read and Co.
Dodge truck accessories are very convenient and fun to use and helps your truck to be more useful and durable. Some of their popular interior design accessories are dash kits, driving accessories, sheepskin seat covers, modified gear boxes and car care products.

Their exterior accessories include body kits, roof racks and roof bags, deflectors, bumpers, suspensions, truck bed accessories, exhaust, truck tool boxes and mufflers and tips, using this accessories will help your truck becomes more dynamic, brings renaissance and progress.

Although many kinds of truck accessories are now out in the market it is still best to plan and buy for the branded accessories to make sure that your truck will have the most functional and durable equipment and accessories. You can also ask for assistance to know which are best used for your type of vehicle.

Cars and Dreaded Air Fresheners

Cars, cars cars! Despite their dastardly effect on the smooth running of the natural ecosystem, we are still obsessed with four wheeled petrol-guzzling contraptions.

There’s just something so alluring about the sleek bonnet of a new car and the fresh smelling interior of a leather covered driver’s seat that can release the soul from its imprisonment.

But one of the things I despise about cars is not the affect it has on my diminishing bank balance nor the ever-growing road tax cost – it’s those horrific, smelly tree things people insist on hanging from their rear view mirrors!

I love the smell of clean, fresh air that is easily obtainable with a quick roll-down of the passenger window. I don’t need a man made cardboard cut out of a Christmas tree to add a suspiciously fake aroma to my cherished vehicle. The sweet smell only works to quicken the stirs of a fast-approaching headache on my part and I can assure you that I’m not a happy bunny when my paracetamols have gone astray and a bumpy country road has unsettled my stomach.

In fact any kind of smell that doesn’t mirror the aroma of a natural breeze is anathema to my poor nose. The worst kind of road trip is the type that’s long, hot and involves the consumption of foodstuffs within the confines of a four door hatchback.

Kids are the worst; especially ones who like munching on salty and vinegar crisps whilst spilling fruit juice on the back seat. It’s not the ensuing melange of wet crisp mush that annoys me. It’s the vinegary smell infecting the air molecules and passing through my olfactory area.

So if I ever need to hitch a ride in a Ford, Corsa or Limousine, the first thing I’ll be looking for is a tree-free windscreen and an empty backseat.

Make Some Easy Money by Buying a Car For $1000 Bucks and Parting it Out

Lots of people turn to cars under $1000 bucks looking save a buck or two. Here is a quick guide on how to make some cash (that you can use to buy more rusty boxes on wheels of course)

Plain and simple part cars out.

Step 1. Buy a car. This is pretty much the most crucial step. If you are actually doing this to make money and not just salvaging that blown up buick sitting in your driveway than you need to find a car that people want to buy parts for. eBay is pretty much your friend here and my suggested avenue for selling most parts. In the past I have watched people make money from a variety of cars (my roommate used to finance his workshop with parted out cars) One in particular was a 1994 Honda Accord. Thats right you don’t need to buy a 1939 Alfa Romeo (although that would be sweet) or anything super rare to get good money for parts.

Often times finding a car that is pretty common can be a good thing but be sure to check eBay for the prices certain parts are going for before hand and let that be your guide in making your purchase. Now when it comes to buying the car usually the ones that don’t run will be your best deals and you may even get a freebie if your lucky. (few people want dead cars in their driveway) Obviously the less you pay the more you profit.

Step 2. Tear it apart. The key here is research and time management. Everybody wants to pull the engine and trans etc., but often times it may not even be worth it. Check out eBay or where ever you plan on selling and ask yourself is what these parts are selling for worth my time? Would I actually want to crate and ship this? Is anybody actually bidding on this crap? All good questions that need answers. Honestly it tends to be the nickel and dime parts that can really make you some money. Shifters, speedometers, sensors, mirrors, sun-visors, etc. these parts take seconds to remove and if they are in good shape people are often willing to pay a pretty penny for them, because the only other option for parts like these tends to be the dealers who charge an arm and a leg.

Step 3. Sell The Parts. Once you have determined what you want to sell and pulled the stuff off its time to start selling. I like eBay but swap meets, forums, and other sources may work better for you. If you have done your research you know where to find the people who see value in the parts you have pulled.

Step 4. Scrap the rest. Always factor in that you can prolly get $100-$300 bucks for the rest of the pile at the scrap yard. Usually you will want to haul it there yourself and will probably need to pull the tires and gas tank. I would even consider it a good rule of thumb to try and not pay more for the car than you can scrap it for. This helps you avoid any kind of loss.

And there you have it. Four easy steps to make some quick money and make your neighbors hate you.