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Front-end bra

A front-end bra is a type of vinyl that attaches to the front of a car or other vehicle to protect the bumper, hood, and sides of the fender from scratches. The inside of the bra is lined with a feltlike material. Car bras are considered a fashio ...

                                               

Headlight covers

Headlight covers are aftermarket modifications made from a variety of materials which are applied over the headlamps of a car in order to reduce the percentage of light transmitted, to tint the color of the light transmitted and/or to protect the ...

                                               

Molded carpet

Molded carpet generally refers to the carpets used in the interiors of cars. The molded carpet is designed to hug the floorpans so there are no pockets of loose fitting carpet. The process of creating the molded carpet requires the original floor ...

                                               

Power seat

A power seat in an automobile is a front seat which can be adjusted by using a switch or joystick and a set of small electric motors. Most cars with this feature have controls for the drivers seat only, though almost all luxury cars also have pow ...

                                               

Tow hitch

A tow hitch is a device attached to the chassis of a vehicle for towing, or a towbar to an aircraft nose gear. It can take the form of a tow ball to allow swiveling and articulation of a trailer, or a tow pin, or a tow hook with a trailer loop, o ...

                                               

Trouble light

A trouble light, also known as a rough service light, drop light, or inspection lamp, is a special lamp used to illuminate obscure places and able to handle moderate abuse. The light bulb is housed in a protective cage and a handle that are molde ...

                                               

Underglow

In the car industry, underglow or ground effects lighting refers to neon or LED aftermarket car customization in which lights are attached to the underside of the chassis so that they illuminate the ground underneath the car. Underglow has become ...

                                               

Vehicle mat

Vehicle mats, also known as "automobile floor mats", are designed to protect a vehicles floor from dirt, wear, and salt corrosion. One major use of a vehicle mat is to keep the car looking clean. Most mats can be easily removed for cleaning and t ...

                                               

Vehicle vinyl wrap

A vehicle vinyl wrap describes the automotive aftermarket practice of completely or partially covering a vehicles original paint with a vinyl wrap of a different color, and sometimes the same color with a differing finish like a gloss, matte or c ...

                                               

Car door

A car door is a type of door, typically hinged, but sometimes attached by other mechanisms such as tracks, in front of an opening which is used for entering and exiting a vehicle. A vehicle door can be opened to provide access to the opening, or ...

                                               

Door card

A door card or a door panel is an insert on the door of a vehicle that covers the doors internal components.

                                               

Fender skirts

Fender skirts, known in Australia and the United Kingdom as spats, are pieces of bodywork on the fender that cover the upper portions of the rear tires of an automobile.

                                               

Hood (car)

The hood or bonnet is the hinged cover over the engine of motor vehicles that allows access to the engine compartment, or trunk on rear-engine and some mid-engine vehicles) for maintenance and repair.

                                               

Nerf bar

A nerf bar is a tubular device fitted to the side of a racecar, typically single-seat race cars that compete on asphalt or dirt oval tracks. A "nerf" is a small, sometimes intentional, collision between two cars in which one driver bumps the othe ...

                                               

Roof rack

A roof rack is a set of bars secured to the roof of a motor car. It is used to carry bulky items such as luggage, bicycles, canoes, kayaks, skis, or various carriers and containers. They allow users of an automobile to transport objects on the ro ...

                                               

Tonneau

A tonneau is an area of a car or truck open at the top. It can be either a passenger or cargo space. A tonneau cover in current automotive terminology is a hard or soft cover that spans the back of a pickup truck in order to protect the contents ...

                                               

Trunk (car)

The trunk or luggage compartment is most often located at the rear of the vehicle. Early designs included an exterior rack mounted on the rear of the vehicle to which it was possible to attach a real luggage trunk. Later designs integrated the st ...

                                               

Chrysler A platform

The Chrysler A platform was the basis for smaller rear wheel drive cars in the 1960s. These cars are sometimes referred to as A-body cars. Cars using the A platform in various markets around the world include: 1971-1972 Dodge Demon 1960-1981 Chry ...

                                               

Chrysler AB platform

The Chrysler AB platform was a truck platform created in 1971. It was mainly used for full-size vans. AB vehicles have used two wheelbases: 109.3 in and 127.2 in. Models: 1974-1983 Plymouth Voyager 1981-2003 Dodge Ram Van 1981-2003 Dodge Ram Wago ...

                                               

Chrysler B platform

The B platform or B-body was the name of Chryslers midsize rear-wheel drive passenger car platform from 1962 through 1979, and the name of a later, unrelated front-wheel drive platform used by the Eagle Premier / Dodge Monaco from 1988 through 19 ...

                                               

Chrysler C platform

Chryslers C platform was the basis for rear wheel drive full-size cars from 1965 to 1978. Although often misclassified, 1964 and earlier full-size Chrysler products, and 1966 and earlier Imperials are not C-bodies. Wheelbases: 1965-1968 Plymouths ...

                                               

Chrysler D platform (RWD)

The rear wheel drive D platform was a body on frame chassis used only by Imperial from 1957 until 1966. The standard chassis had a 129.0 inches wheelbase and the extended wheelbase chassis had a wheelbase of 149.5 inches. The D Platform had no ma ...

                                               

Chrysler E platform

The Chrysler E platform referred to two separate and unrelated car ranges. The "E" designation was initially used for the following rear wheel drive cars in the 1970s: 1970-1974 Plymouth Barracuda, 108-inch 2.743 mm wheelbase 1970-1974 Dodge Chal ...

                                               

Chrysler J platform

The J platform was a designation used for two automobile platforms from Chrysler Corporation in the 1980s. The first was a rear-wheel drive platform, in production from 1980. It was very similar to the 4-door Chrysler F platform and Chrysler M pl ...

                                               

Chrysler JR platform

The JA platform was Chryslers smaller complement to the LH cars which were larger than the Ks, and a direct size replacement for the last extended K cars, the Acclaim and Spirit. It was a mid-size front-wheel drive automobile platform and was the ...

                                               

Chrysler JR platform

                                               

Chrysler L platform

Chryslers L platform was used in a family of compact automobiles produced from 1978 to 1990. It was created in response to the energy crisis of the 1970s and was a line of similar Dodge and Plymouth vehicles. The Dodge vehicles except for the Ram ...

                                               

Chrysler LX platform

The LX platform is Chryslers full-size rear wheel drive automobile platform introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year. The LX was developed in America to supersede the previous Chrysler LH platform, which had been designed to allow it to be easi ...

                                               

Chrysler M platform

The M-Bodies were Chrysler Corporations successor to the F-body Aspen/Volare. The platform, almost identical to the F-body, was introduced in 1977, and it was the basis for some mid-sized Chrysler models until its demise in 1989. The M-body was a ...

                                               

Chrysler R platform

The Chrysler R platform was introduced for the 1979 model year as an attempt to compete with General Motors downsized standard line and the new Ford Panther series. It comprised six models and lasted just three years.

                                               

Chrysler minivans

The Chrysler minivans are a series of minivans that have been produced and marketed by the American automaker Chrysler. In production since the 1984 model year, Chrysler has produced six distinct generations of minivans; at various stages of thei ...

                                               

Mazda B platform

The Mazda B platform is an automobile platform for compact cars. It has been used by a number of vehicles from Mazda and Ford Motor Company in Japan and abroad.

                                               

Ford B3 platform

The Ford B3 platform is a subcompact automobile platform that is jointly developed by Ford Motor Company and Mazda Motor Company at centers in Europe as well as North America and Australia. Previously, Ford has used the Mazda-engineered D platfor ...

                                               

Ford CD2 platform

The Ford CD2 platform is an automobile platform for crossover SUVs. It is the basis for the Mazda Tribute, Ford Escape, and Mercury Mariner, and was jointly developed by Mazda and Ford. The design is based on Mazdas GF platform, used by the Mazda ...

                                               

Ford CD3 platform

Not to be confused with Ford D3 platform. The Ford CD3 platform is a Ford midsize car automobile platform. It was designed by Mazda. The original Mazda chassis code for the CD3 platform is Mazda G platform, which Ford Motor Company has used every ...

                                               

Ford CDW27 platform

The Ford CDW27 platform is a former automobile platform produced by Ford in worldwide markets from 1993 to 2007. Used for midsize cars, the CDW27 architecture was a "world car", becoming the second Ford world car. The CDW architecture was develop ...

                                               

Ford D2C platform

The Ford D2C platform is one of Fords rear-wheel drive automobile platforms. The platform basics are a MacPherson strut suspension in front and 3-link solid axle in the rear with a Panhard rod. Unlike previous Special Vehicle Team SVT Mustang var ...

                                               

Ford D3 platform

The Ford D3 platform is an automobile platform assembled by Ford Motor Company. In production between the 2005-2019 model years, the D3 platform is the fifteenth generation of full-size cars produced by Ford in North America. Marking the adoption ...

                                               

Ford DEW platform

The Ford DEW platform was Ford Motor Companys midsized rear-wheel drive automobile platform. The D/E nomenclature was meant to express an intermediate size between D- and E-class vehicles, while the W denoted a worldwide platform. The platform wa ...

                                               

Ford FN platform

                                               

Ford Fox platform

The Ford Fox platform is an automobile platform that was used by Ford Motor Company. Introduced for compact sedans in the 1978 model year, the Fox architecture was utilized for a wide variety of configurations for Ford and Lincoln-Mercury vehicle ...

                                               

Ford FN platform

The Ford MN12 platform is a car platform that was used by the Ford Motor Company from 1988 to 1997 for the 1989–1997 model year Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar two-door personal luxury cars. A variant of this platform, known as the FN10, was ...

                                               

Ford P platform

The Ford P platform is Ford Motor Companys full-size pickup platform. Introduced in 1998, variations of it are shared by both the F-150 and Super Duty versions of the Ford F-Series.

                                               

Ford T platform

The T1 platform debuted in 2006 with the 2007 model year Ford Expedition. For the 2007 model year, the Lincoln Navigator moved to the T1 as well. Applications: 2007–2017 Lincoln Navigator L long wheelbase 2009-2014 Ford F-Series 2007–2017 Ford Ex ...

                                               

Ford U platform

The Ford U platform designation is used by Ford Motor Company for a range of sport utility vehicle and crossover utility vehicle automobile platform applications.

                                               

Ford V platform

The Ford V platform is an automobile platform produced by Ford Motor Company for minivans designed in North America. Introduced for the 1999 model year, it replaced minivans designed on the WIN88 platform. After 2007, the V platform was discontin ...

                                               

Ford VN platform

The Ford VN platform is the Ford Motor Company code designation for vans designed in North America. The platform architecture was introduced in 1974, when Ford introduced the third generation of the Econoline full-size van. In the 1980s, the nome ...

                                               

Mazda D platform

The Mazda D platform is an automobile platform for subcompact cars developed by Mazda. It has been used for a number of Mazda vehicles, and also by models produced by Kia Motors and Ford. The Autozam Scrum keicar sold by Mazda is a badge-engineer ...

                                               

Mazda E platform

Mazdas E platform was an automobile platform for compact coupes based on the companys B platform. It only existed for a single generation and was not replaced.

                                               

Mazda F platform

The Mazda F platform is an automobile platform for rear-wheel drive sports cars. It was the basis for three generations of the Mazda RX-7. Prior to 1981, the platform was coded as "SA2" in the VIN. This was an evolution of the "S1"-coded Capella ...

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