Although it seems that older models can be a good source of income for the car brands. The Group Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has multitude of emblematic models. Among them we can count several Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean and also Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Lancia to this other side. So now that some have one more than respectable age and may be in poor mechanical condition launched this new line of business.
Thanks to its division of accessories and preparations Mopar is will begin to market several kits to rejuvenate to those models produced before the year 1975. Initially only will be two them kits available, but come with those engines HEMI of 5.7 and 6.4 liters. These blocks are adapted to them models more ancient of the extinct group Chrysler LLC that is sold in the United States and some mercanos nearby.
As he told Mopar rejuvenation kits include the distribution center of power, the module of torque control and harness the mechanics to anchor it to the frame of the vehicle. Also also includes others elements needed to adapt the chassis and several parts mechanical to the requirements of the new engine. Along with these kits also several accessories are included so that the car is impeccable after passing through the operating room.
Initially, and to simplify the installation process, these kits are only available for vehicles with manual transmission. However from Mopar already clarified that the 727 and 904 Torqueflite automatic transmissions can be adapted for use with these kits. For the rest of tansmisiones the brand has informed that in little time also be may install in the rest of models of that time.
Along with this announcement Mopar has made official the creation of a new website for fans to the restoration of vehicles to buy accessories and components that need to carry out the maintenance of their cars. In this web may find more than 9,000 references included those two kits mentioned above. Finally Mopar also he has eased the cost of both kits and both one and other will cost $1,800 a 1,620 euros to change.
Source – Mopar