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Mopar Provides Gift Ideas For Grads

By Author: Joe Stewart
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Finding a unique gift for your favorite graduate can be tough with so many choices out there. To reward the successful graduate in their own personal style, nothing can be more appropriate than a genuine Mopar accessory for their car, truck and in the case of Dad, man cave or garage. Mopar has a vast selection of accessories and gifts geared toward this particular purpose.


Mopar offers a celebration of a half century of Hemi excellence with its 50th Anniversary Hemi Medallion. The Hemi 426 muscle engine debuted 50 years ago, and the commemorative special edition, heavy brass type, orange enameled offering is a gem. It is contained in an authentic cherry case that duals as a stand and is almost three inches in diameter. At approximately $83.95, it is a value for the Hemi, Mopar Parts aficionados.


The Dodger bright pedal kit at approximately $90 is an accessory that spans all types of Dodge Mopar lovers. It is stainless steel, but features rubber traction pads in all the appropriate places. In spite of their high style, they are a production pedal and easily installed.


For the Mopar Parts fan that loves to display their colors even in cooler climates, the Mopar limited edition long sleeve T-shirt. The full Mopar logo is on the front and the vintage Mopar logos are on the sleeves. It is genuine doubled layered cotton with hemmed cuffs. It comes in a crew neck with ribbing.


A custom shifter is standard. There is no better time to give a shifter than graduation. The Challenger’s Mopar shifter is directly interchangeable with all the included hardware. It has a short pistol grip shifter, logo, and an included shift pattern that corresponds with models that have a shift bezel. It retails at $300 and is a lifetime gift.


For the man cave, dorm room or first apartment, graduates will appreciated a neon sign and at $300 dollars, this one foot by one foot Mopar neon sign is a value. It operates on regular house current and is easily displayed.


A wall shelf is also a necessary accessory for the dorm, apartment or cave. A wall shelf that is a replica of the 1970 Barracuda B5 grille would be a special gift. At approximately $90, this is gift is a definite pleaser. Combined with the neon sign, The 70 Cuda B5 will outfit the room in classic Mopar greatness.


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