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What brands of parts are sold in the Mopar online store?

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The Mopar online store sells the full line of officially licensed original equipment and performance parts for Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles cars, including today's Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Fiat and RAM brands, as well as classic models. The store only sells Mopar-brand parts, though some may be produced through FCA's third-party supplier partnerships.

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Fiat-Chrysler Automotive carries on the tradition set forth by Chrysler Corporation in offering an expansive line-up of original equipment parts for modern cars as well as classics from decades ago. The Mopar parts catalog carries the same parts used when cars are assembled at the factory, making it the top source for reputable mechanics and enthusiasts seeking to keep their cars as close to factory-stock as possible.

Official Mopar parts are generally of a higher quality than parts produced by the aftermarket. Some parts are produced in-house, while others are produced by companies that contract with Mopar to build parts to factory specifications. Parts marked "OEM quality" are not the same as Mopar original equipment parts.

The Mopar store also sells a large collection of performance parts and accessories for Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth muscle cars dating back to the 1950s. The catalog contains clutch kits, upgrades for classic and modern Chrysler HEMI V-8 engines, wheel and tire packages and exterior and interior accessories bearing the Mopar badge.

The word "Mopar" itself informally refers to cars produced by the Chrysler Corporation, now a part of FCA. Classic car enthusiasts call a Dodge Challenger or a Plymouth Roadrunner a Mopar to distinguish it from a Ford or Chevrolet.

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