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Midway Specialty Vehicles Offers Packages for New Dodge Vehicles

May 29, 2007

ELKHART, IN – Midway Specialty Vehicles is offering interior packages for the Dodge Grand Caravan, Magnum, and Nitro.

Interior packages for the Dodge Caravan include :

  • Expanded metal bulkhead barrier behind driver with slope to allow adjustment of driver seat.
  • Heavy-duty mat for cargo area.
  • Security screens on cargo area windows.
  • 1-2-3 Pull out shelf systems to allow organized storage of parts from floor to ceiling.
  • Plastic bin storage system so each service call can have its own parts.
  • Hanging file console between the driver and co-pilot seats.
  • Mobile office desk that moves from front to rear.
  • Metal shelf and parts bins for part storage.

    According to Midway, the Dodge Magnum can be a great work vehicle for certain applications. The large area in the rear can be used for part storage and the addition of a pull out shelf can make access to the parts even better. The lift up rear door hatch gives great access to viewing the parts on the pull out shelf. A Mobile Office can be installed in the rear cargo area. An inverter can be incorporated in the mobile office to allow the use of a printer.

    For the new Dodge Nitro, plastic storage bins can be installed to increase carrying capacity.

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