This year, the annual Power Tour kicked off its festivities on May 30 at the Grand Ole Opryland Hotel in Nashville, and ended on June 6 in Ft. Worth, Texas. With the help of Steve Strope of Pure Vision Designs in Simi Valley, California, and Pat Staton of Year One Restoration Parts in Braselton, Georgia, we decided to pick what we thought was the "Coolest Mopar" at each stop. Each of those cars is featured elsewhere in this issue, so we thought we would try to give the rest of the Mopar owners coverage as well. Sorry we couldn't put everyone's picture in, but here are some cool happenings at the Power Tour-Mopar happenings that is. We could spin yarns about the Power Tour and the cars we saw, but we'll just shut up and show you the pictures. So, here ya go.

Long Haulers:
So, you want to know how many Mopars made the trek from start to finish? Here they are.

Shawn WorthyFrank StrattonFt. Worth, TX'74 Scamp
David ZachritzDavine WadeSt. Peters, MO'66 Charger
Matt RoegerRyan LahnaCoshurton, OH'73 Dart
John Patrick IIIJamie SevocTallmadge, OH'70 Charger
Michael MotleyCorydon, IN'69 Dart
Patricia GuynnRobert LindseyLebanon, TN'01 Durango
Romeo FurioLynn WallenmeyerBoulder City, NV'65 Belvedere
Chris WoodsCara WoodsRochelle, IL'69 RR
Gabriel Felix Fontana, CA'66 Satellite
Shannon Sums Simi Valley, CA'66 Satellite
John BreedenCarrie BreedenHagerstown, MD'32 Plymouth
Michael FergusonSteve FergusonWest Chicago, IL'01 PT Cruiser
Bill MayeSherry MayeSachsa, TX'01 PT Cruiser
Robert DavisGina DavisShreveport, LA'73 'Cuda
Richard BurgerBrian BurgerVineland, NJ'74 Gremlin
Matthew DelaneJarrel LamkeyShreveport, LA'72 Satellite
Jim SamsBarbara SamsOakhurst, OK'97 Dakota
Rolando RudySalinasBernie ValdezHarlingen, TX'02 Ram
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