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#15056 - 07/21/03 05:46 PM Re: CD Player
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What's a mopar?

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#15057 - 07/21/03 06:08 PM Re: CD Player
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Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth family of vehicles are also known as Mopar. Like Olds, Chevy, Buick, Caddy, Poncho (Pontiac) are known as GM.

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#15058 - 07/22/03 01:00 AM Re: CD Player
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More specifically, I believe, Mopar refers to the performance division at Chrysler. The term has become a blanket for their aftermarket parts and their (older) muscle cars. I don't know if anyone refers to a Viper as a Mopar, although I think it would be appropriate. (?)
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#15059 - 07/22/03 12:48 PM Re: CD Player
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OK, to bring this post back on topic -- it's about CD players, right? -- I found a great website (via Slashdot) that describes a DIY project for transforming a single tray CD player into a CD changer.

http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/tech/changer.html

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