Posts Tagged ‘2013 Mopar Nationals’

  • coronets 624
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    While it has been over three decades since Dodge has sold a Coronet in a dealership, the Coronet name rests as one of the longest running nameplates in the Dodge brand history.  Introduced in 1949 and running through 1976, the Coronet was available for 27 years but the most well known Coronet models in today’s …

  • chargers 624
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    In the history of Mopar Performance, there is arguably no name that comes to mind more quickly than the Dodge Charger.  Introduced for the 1966 model year, the Charger helped to usher in the Mopar muscle car era and it ran through the 1978 model year as a big, bold rear wheel drive 2-door.  While …

  • daytona 624
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    The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Superbird are arguably the most sought after and most famous of all of the Mopar muscle cars.  These cars were originally designed to race in NASCAR but due to production qualification rules, the Chrysler Group built a limited number of the “wing cars” in 1969 and …

  • demon 624
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    The Dodge Dart is known by most American consumers as a super efficient yet adequately sporty compact sedan but before the Dart was the Fiat-inspired compact that we know today – it was one of the original low-cost muscle cars.  Those who couldn’t foot the bill for the likes of the Charger or Challenger back …

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    While the mighty Dodge Neon SRT4 would have warranted its own gallery a few years ago, the numbers of the high performance Neons in attendance at the Mopar Nationals have dwindled a bit over the past few years.  There will still some great looking SRT4 Neons in attendance but joining them in our “sport compact” …