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    I have an appreciation for all sorts of cars, but deep down I’m a
    Mopar man.  I’ve owned Fords and Chevys, but my favorite cars have been
    my 1983 Dodge Mirada 340 and my 1972 Dodge Demon 340, and when I get to
    events like SEMA I’m always very excited to see what Mopar has in store
    for me.

     

    This year, I have to admit that the indoor Mopar display was a little bare, although cars like the Challenger 1320 (click here for more info) and the new Dodge Avenger pro stock car (more info coming soon!) made the display worth the time.  

     

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    But
    there was still Mopar Alley.  The area connecting the Central Hall and
    South Hall runs you through a parking lot and atop a busy overpass, but
    for years now Mopar has bridged the gap with a variety of new and
    vintage Mopars -  both privately owned and featured vehicles owned by
    Chrysler Corporation.

    This year was no different, as Mopar featured a good sized group of
    new models, along with the winners of their 2009 Top Eliminator
    contest.  These six vehicles were chosen from a large group of entries
    and were selected as the winners of Mopar’s Top Eliminator contests
    across the country at events like the Woodward Dream Cruise, and the
    prize was the chance to be featured at one of the world’s most visited
    automotive trade shows.

     

    Click here to check out Part 1 of the Mopar Alley Gallery, and click here for Mopar Alley Gallery part 2, with all
    of the images provided by HighHorsepowerPhotography.com.

     
     
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