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About ATL Autosports in Sylmar, California, specializes in supplying high-performance automotive parts like brake rotors and brake pads. Company Overview ATL Autosports was created to bring the customer the highest and most performance based automotive products. Our combined 50+ years of automotive experience representing major manufacturers such as Brembo, SKF, Federal Mogal, Haden and many others, has led us to provide the most comprehensive array of automotive parts to the aftermarket. We have supplied all the various manufacturers and suppliers in the greater Southern California marketplace. We started 3 generations ago providing technology to the Railroad Industry. One of our founding fathers "Lumpy" discovered premature failure of engine pistons due to heat discoloration during the cooling down process of engine component manufacturing. We then entered the automotive field with the explosion of cars in the 50's and 60's. We were the leaders in the early hydraulic technology for power steering and brake components. We built up brake company Lee/Gibson, and Omega Power Steering Company to be the national leaders in the 70's until we parted ways in the 90's. During that time, SKF Bearing, Brembo brakes and Neapco Driveline Components, contracted us to market in the Southern California marketplace. In less than 3 years we became the #1 territory in the United States for both Brembo and SKF. As business changed we decided to improve the technology and provide a superior brake rotor at an economy price, hence the creation of ATL Autosports.

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They were a major OE parts supplier, and began building complete automobiles in 1915. In 1928, Dodge, which was mostly known as a maker of trucks and full sized cars, was sold to Chrysler. There it began a slow accent to become their go to brand for trucks such as the military inspired Power Wagon, and performance muscle cars like the Charger and the Challenger. The Charger sported a fastback roofline with hidden headlamps, and a tail light panel that covered the full width of the car. It could also be upgraded under the hood, to the beloved Hemi V8.

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Ford rolled out the Model T or “Tin Lizzie” in 1908. Its popularity was so overwhelming, that in order to meet the demand, Ford introduced new revolutionary mass-production methods. It included large production plants, and the use of standardized, interchangeable parts. Then in 1913, Henry Ford initiated the world’s first moving assembly line for cars, and the automobile industry has never looked back.

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With the slogan, "a car for every purse and purpose," the Chevrolet brand was picked to become the volume leader in the General Motors family, selling mainstream vehicles to compete with Henry Ford's Model T in 1919, and overtaking the Model T as the best-selling car in the United States by 1929. It is the flagship of General Motors and today is a world renown automotive brand. Along with Buick Cadillac, and Ford, it is one of only four of the original American manufacturers still surviving today. Since its inception, Chevrolet has produced over 200 million vehicles, with a wide range of vehicles from the big trucks, vans and SUV’s to the subcompacts.

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