Dodge practically patented the muscle car. Little did they know they would become one of America's top Automobile manufacturers and that the Charger model, for example, particularly the 66-67 one, would trigger jaw dropping amazement at its sight. John Francis and Horace Elgin Dodge were making bikes in 1901 when they decided to move their company, the Dodge Brothers Bicycle & Machine Factory to Detroit, Michigan.
Before Cadillac would outrun Dodge in engine development years later, the Brothers were supplying car parts for many producers. Their early involvement in the process of making cars lead them to starting their own business, entering the queue for a large order of recognition and notoriety. Setting the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicle Company in 1914 brought them a step closer to the counter.
By 1917, Dodge had produced enough cars to start thinking expanding in other car-manufacturing areas. Trucks seemed like something they could successfully take on and the Dodge truck division came to being. Dodge trucks were used by the US army during the First World War after which they kept being used as commercial vehicles.
The Dodge brothers sold their business to Dillon, Read & company for the astoundingly large sum of $146 million, said to be the largest amount in history to have been paid at the time. Dillon helmed Dodge management only for 3 years, passing the new acquisition to the Chrysler Corporation on July 31, 1928.
1977 brought forth the collapse of Chrysler's European subsidiary and its adjacent Dodge branch altogether. The Dodge factory as well as some rights to use the Dodge name were purchased by Renault who resumed the production of Dodge's commercial vehicles. However, Renault only made use of the Dodge name till the 80's when it gave up control over the name rights. Only the factory was kept.
Dodge is currently part of the DaimlerChrysler group and has been lately been know for its trucks rather than retro-future stylised muscle cars as it used to be know for during the 60's and 70's. Much like any other American car builder, Dodge garnered huge amounts of success at the time with the launch of the Charger and Coronet models, to name only a few.
As far as the company's current status is concerned, trucks make the most sales, representing 78% of the division's venue. Still undergoing intensive promotion in Europe, Dodge have sought to reach the same type of customer it did back in the 70's by launching a series of mean-looking, rowdy road-tamers such as the Nitro and Caliber.
Imperial MEA continues the tradition that American muscle car maker does for more than 70 years now, by providing genuine Dodge spare parts for your car anywhere in the world at best guaranteed rates for the models such as:
DODGE Challenger / SRT - DODGE Charger / SRT - DODGE Journey - DODGE Durango - DODGE Dart - DODGE Viper - DODGE Avenger - DODGE Ram - DODGE Caravan - DODGE Caliber - DODGE Magnum - DODGE Nitro - DODGE Neon - DODGE Stratus
Shipments to any major destination in the world at your location for any spare part that you buy from us guaranteed! We will ensure its safe delivery that is right on time with no delay at all. Our promise to deliver our customers the best service to build our relationship with them is our key essence of Imperial MEA. Key locations include North Africa, Angola, Tanzania, Sudan, Ethiopia, Congo, Namibia, Kenya, Nigeria - South Africa, Middle East, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Gulf Arabia, Oman, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia / KSA, Kuwait, Bahrain, Americas, United States, Canada, South America, Brazil, Bolivia, Mexico, Argentina, Europe, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Belgium, Hungary, Netherlands, Portugal, Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, Japan, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Australia
Service Parts ( Wear and Tear)
These are inclusive of brake pads, brake discs, engine oil, engine filters, timing belt kits, wiper blades, spark plugs, air filters, fuel filters, glow plugs, anti-freeze, distributor caps, rotor arms, tensioners idlers & dampers etc, transmission oil, servo pump oil.
These parts include beam axles, control arms, kingpins, pan-hard rods, pitman arms, power steering assembly and components, rack end, shock absorbers, spindles, springs, stabilizer bars and link, struts, suspension link and bolts, adjustable pedals, axle shafts, trailing arms and many more.
Body and Structural Parts
These consists of body panels side fenders, B-pillars, windows, door handles, mud-guards, alloy rims, truck / boot, bonnets / hoods, fuel tanks, bumpers, doors, hinges, locks, handles, latches, grilles, fenders, door seal, windshields, airbags, windshield wiper system, sunroof, window seal, mirror glasses, mirror covers, centre console, head and tail lights, bench seats, fastener, headrest, dashboards, seat track, steering wheel, door panels, switches, knobs, upholstery, speakers, electrical wiring, fuse, LEDs etc.
Engine Compartment Components
These are the parts like cooling system, engine oil system, exhaust system, fuel injector system and transmission gear box system. The various parts in the engine include load-sensing valves, engines block parts, camshaft parts, air duct, air filter, distributor parts, fan belts, heater, pistons, starter motors, tappet, A/C compressor, servo pump, connecting rods, crankshafts, cylinder heads, radiators, fan blades, air blower, water pumps, water tanks, water pipes, oil filter, oil pumps, oil gaskets, oil pipes, catalytic converters, crankshaft, sump, intake manifold, drive chain, cylinder valves, exhaust gaskets, exhaust pipes, resonators, mufflers, carburettors, fuel caps, choke cables, intake manifolds, LPG (Liquefied petroleum gas) system assembly etc.
These are the internal electrical systems of the vehicle which include Engine Control Unit or ECU, logic board, speedometer relay circuit, digital circuitry, on-board computer system, SAT-NAV systems, diagnostics port systems, fuse-box, LED systems, switches, sensors, electrical wiring, airbag sensors, parking sensors, rear view camera, lane change assist systems, blind-spot assist systems, motion sensors, speed limiters, auto headlight sensors, defrost system, heating or cooling system, etc.