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Mopar | December 05 2016

Mopar Continues to Showcase Global Presence

Mopar, a brand born in the United States, continues to expand around the world. The latest example of its international reach is the brand’s presence, for the first time ever, at the Bologna Motor Show in Italy. Under the new tagline “At Your Service,” visitors to the Mopar stand can view exclusive accessories and performance
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Mopar | November 10 2016

Heart Transplant: Classic Mopar Lines, Modern HEMI Power

The HEMI® V-8 engine is the heart of many of today’s most-popular FCA US vehicles. The 5.7-liter and 6.4-liter V-8s combine healthy amounts of horsepower and torque with refinement and smoothness. We’re not the first to consider this: What if you transplant the HEMI V-8 from a modern-day muscle car such as the Dodge Charger
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Mopar | November 09 2016

Mopar Turbocharges Restoration Parts Searches

One little part – a door sill plate, radio volume knob, rear wheel opening trim – can bring a restoration project to a sudden stop. Considering that many of the classic Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth cars popular with the restoration crowd have been out of production for several decades, finding a missing part can easily
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Auto Shows | October 30 2016

Here’s your chance to see SEMA live

As we have in the past, we’ll bring an auto show to you if you can’t be there in person. We have webcast details below of the Mopar news conference next week during the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. In addition to the webcast, you can keep an eye on the Mopar SEMA
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Mopar | August 07 2016

Mopar Top Eliminator: Love At First Sight

Many people find love on New Year’s Eve. In the waning hours of 2008, Florida Keys resident Theresa Newbauer found her love – the Dodge Challenger SRT. “I had a friend who bought a brand new Challenger SRT,” Newbauer recalls. “It was black. I saw it on New Year’s Eve and I’ve been in love
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Mopar | July 05 2016

Mopar Top Eliminator: The power giant of love

JoJo Bartosh has been a “truck girl” since her father taught her to drive using his 1972 Dodge three-quarter ton plow truck in rural Wisconsin. “I begged him to drive it,” she says. “He taught me how to plow snow and it made me fall in love with trucks.” Bartosh, who is 40, has owned
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