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The 10 oldest car dealerships in America

Things have changed quite a bit for the auto industry in the past 150 years or so. We’ve gone from 20 and 40mph vehicles to cars that go over 265mph and from dust jackets and motor goggles to voice activated climate control. Just look how far Bentley has come:

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Instead of flipping the pages of a catalog with used cars for sale, shoppers are using Mojo Motors to ‘Follow’ their favorite cars, receive alerts when prices drop and see how many other people are ‘Following’ car they want.

We appreciate innovation and to survive over one hundred years, these 10 dealerships have adapted to the changing industry. They’ve  jumped onto new ideas and continued to push forward. Case in point: some of the top 10 oldest dealerships in America according to NADA started out as blacksmiths, woodworkers or bicycle makers. They adapted to suit the needs of their customers, and that’s what we’re all about, too. [keep reading…]

Putting it into park: Weekend Linkage

Good stuff this week in the automotive sphere…check out the links below for stories on cop cars, a defensive cake-eating hipster and oodles of other link goodness. Enjoy the weekend.

Charger Pursuit Mojo Motors Blog

Michigan State Police have released their cop car rankings

Why Audi may be giving up on their fight for horsepower dominance

Sexy red cars that you can find on MojoMotors.com

TopGear USA funnyman Rutledge Wood likes cake but he’s no hipster

Someone with lots of time dug out their basement using remote control toys