LAS VEGAS – With more of today’s younger car buyers spending thousands of dollars on vehicle accessories, DaimlerChrysler Corp. plans to re-launch its Mopar parts brand to gain a larger share of the aftermarket parts business. DC admits it has fallen behind in capturing a significant share of that business, but it plans to put Mopar front-and-center in the battle for tomorrow’s car buyers. "Mopar is the fourth great American brand of DaimlerChrysler," Chris Cortez, senior vice ...

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