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The Dodge Magnum is a brand name that has been used at different times and in different markets for different Dodge vehicles. The name was first used for the large two-door B-body coupe sold in the United States and Canada between 1978 and 1979. Between 2005 and 2008, the name was used for the Charger, a rear-wheel-drive station wagon based on the LX platform. It was sold in the US and Canadian markets. It was sold in two versions, 'XE' and 'GT,' and was the last car built on the long-used B platform. The model had a slightly rounded shape. This was in response to the demand for a more aerodynamic NASCAR car. Design details include four rectangular headlights with retractable covers, narrow driver-facing windows and an optional T-pillar or power tailgate. The Magnum is well equipped with power steering, brakes and seats. Suspension options include standard adjustable suspension arms, lower control arms and front and rear axle control arms.
The B-chassis is the name given to the rear-wheel-drive mid-size cars. The chassis underwent major changes between 1962 and 1979, but all B-chassis cars have the same chassis design, and the Dodge and Plymouth models differ only in styling. Otherwise, the cars are identical. The main difference between the A- and B-chassis is the size. The A-body was introduced in 1960 and was the company's first model in the small car market, arriving in the United States in the late 1950s. The wheelbase ranged from 106 to 111 inches. The B-body was a mid-size car with a wheelbase of 115 to 118 inches. These cars were considered first-class in terms of equipment and performance. Magnum has been modernized and updated its interior. It has painted exterior doors and painted handles on the tailgate.
TorqueFlite is the automatic transmission brand of Chrysler Corporation. TorqueFlite uses torque converters and Simpson gears, which are two identical planetary gears that share a sun gear. The first TorqueFlite engines had three speeds, forward and reverse. The first gear was 2.45:1. The second gear was 1.45, and the third gear 1.00. The gearbox was operated by buttons on the dashboard. The buttons were usually located at the end of the dashboard, i.e., on the left-hand side for left-hand drive vehicles and on the right-hand side for right-hand drive vehicles. The position of the buttons varies depending on the model and year of manufacture of the vehicle. Cars with a continuously variable transmission start in first gear when the gear is selected. In consumer publications, it was originally called "TorqueFlite 8" to distinguish it from the A904. The A727 is equipped with a parking clutch. The drum brake is equipped with an expansion device.
In early 1979, the 400 V8 engine was removed from the options list because Chrysler stopped producing V8 engines in production cars at the end of the 1978 model year. The GT model was offered with a 400 cu in (6.6 L) V8 engine, and in 1979 a police crossover model was offered with an E58 engine, HD suspension, special axle, special "GT" badging, and a "twisted metal" grille cover. Technology was very advanced at the time: an integrated ECU, electronic ignition and a lockable torque converter were used from the start. Production of the mid-size Dodge Magnum B-body ceased at the end of 1979. We have a large selection of carbon fiber hubcaps and brake kits for your Dodge Magnum. Our lighting products provide excellent visibility and safety on the road. We provide Dodge Magnum parts to help restore your vehicle to its original performance. We have only OEM parts designed and manufactured in the same spirit. Only OEM parts are produced specifically for your car.