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Care for Your Tires

You shouldn’t want to drive around on deflated tires. That's why you need to make sure that they get properly inflated, or that's exactly what can eventually happen. You will be causing extra damage to your tires by not keeping them at the correct PSI. If you don't know what the correct PSI is for your tires, then you can generally find it on the decal in the doorjamb of the driver's side door, or in the glove box...

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What to Do with A Broken Windshield

There you are, driving along on your way to work, school, the store or dinner with the family and it happens. Maybe it's a rock; maybe it's a piece of wood or even a quarter. It hits your windshield at fifty miles per hour, and now you've got a crack in the glass that's as long as your arm. When this happens, it can impair your vision, putting yourself and those also in the vehicle at risk. A cracked windshield isn't going anywhere, and now that it's already damaged it will get that much…

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Long Live Ram, America’s Longest Lasting Pickups

Demonstrate your strength and style on the streets of Fulton, New York this season and beyond when you drive a new Ram truck from Longley Bros. Dodge! Our handsome Ram truck lineup comes packed with remarkable models that offer superior performance and handling for your next job site. Whether you tow equipment around the community for work or recreation, your Ram pickup allows you to travel in style.

 

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Chase Adventure With a New Dodge Lease

Tackle a year of adventure in 2017 when you choose a new Dodge from Longley Bros. Dodge! Whether you decide to apply for a Dodge loan or lease, you will be able to enjoy quality transportation throughout the Fulton, New York region once you are approved by our Finance Center!

Our Dodge lease and loan solutions offer many benefits to drivers throughout the state of New York. For instance, if you choose to lease a new Dodge, you get to enjoy lower monthly payments than the traditional auto financing.

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Ram 1500 Rebel Black To Debut at NAIAS in Detroit

Discover the power of the dark side. At the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, Ram Trucks will introduce a special edition black-on-black version of the extremely popular Ram 1500 Rebel that they’ve fittingly named the Rebel Black.

 

Welcome to the dark side. Introducing the Ram 1500 Rebel Black special edition, straight from @naiasdetroit. #NAIAS

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Here's Why You Need the New Ram 1500

Whether you are buying a vehicle for work or for pleasure, you will never go wrong with the Ram brand because their engineers build their trucks to achieve great marks at all times. Thanks to its reliable construction, models like the new Ram 1500 are recognized as one of the most reliable options on the market today. In fact, it even has the ability to haul the weight of a trailer home! That's outstanding when compared to pounds its competitors can haul.

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Revisiting the 1970 Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger boldly came on the scene in 1966, and by 1970, Dodge introduced some major features and an array of new colors. By then, everyone knew the Charger meant business.

The 1970 grille was totally encircled with wraparound chrome elements, and the headlamps were concealed from view. Engineers also took out the center divider from the ’69 model.

Bill Mann talks about his love for his Plum Crazy 1970 Dodge Charger:
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Revisiting the 1968 Dodge Charger

The Dodge Charger made its debut in 1966, and two years later, it showed why it was still a major player in the game.

The innovative sports car was the first to showcase the eye-catching Coke Bottle styling, with a curvier front fender and rear quarter panel. That year the Charger swapped the electric motor rotating headlights with a vacuum-operated cover. It stayed true to form and retained the full-width hidden-headlamp grille. Double circular tail lamps replaced the full-width varieties, and dual scallops were installed onto the hood and doors...

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