The event keeps growing thanks to guys like John McCall and Mitch Parker of Valdosta, Geor
Hot is a relative term, but if you attended Mopar Muscle's All-Mopar Southern Nationals this year (2014), you know what hot is. This Mopar Specific event is held each year during the Memorial day weekend, and features racing, a car show, and a swap meet--We are even planning on more exciting stuff for next year.
If you're into Mopar racing, part's hunting, and simply checking out a bunch of cool Mopar
The event is held at the South Georgia Motorsports Park, which is just North of Valdosta, Georgia, and is a great venue for an event like this. The racing started Friday afternoon, and lasted well into the night (11:00 p.m. curfew ended the day). The next morning, the pits started to fill with more mopars as guys showed up to win their portion of the race payouts. Just in the Pro class, it took no less than 8 rounds to make the finals.
If you needed parts for your Mopar project, you probably found it at the show.
Some vendors began setting up their swap spots on Friday night, but Saturday and Sunday is when the show and swap meet portion of the event really takes off. The quality and amount of Mopar-specific parts that were available, could easily help any enthusiast finish their project. Did you need an NOS '69 Charger rear quarter panel? There was one there. If you were looking for Max Wedge parts, we saw some. Even A-Body guys and racers were able to find some parts that they needed.
Judging was handled differently on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday featured Top-25 awards th
Finally, the car show area was filled with top-notch Mopars. We changed the judging procedure this year, allowing the participants to choose what they felt were the Top 25 Mopars in the show field. Sunday was the day when the Brat Pack Mopar Club of Tampa, Florida, spent the day judging each class of the car show. The guys really had a tough job, as the cars were outstanding
Are you looking for a project car? Several were available, and if you were there, you coul
That brings us to next year's show, we want to hear what you have to say, and what you think we can do to make the All-Mopar Southern Nationals and even greater show. If you have a comment or suggestion, please e mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The All-Mopar Southern Nationals truly are a family-oriented event.
Chris and Krys Street are members of the North Georgia Mopar Club, and Mr. Chris drove his
This '68 GTX is owned by Charles Dancey of Forsythe, Georgia. Charles is a member of the N
Here's something you don't see every day, unless you're John Dimino of Vero Beach, Florida