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The 25th Annual 2005 Mopar Nationals
By Kevin Shaw, Photography by Dave Young, David Walker, Kevin Shaw
July 31, 2007
This mid-'80s Chrysler might not have been the prettiest Mopar at the show, but in the back alley burnout contests, it reigned supreme.
This mid-'80s Chrysler might not have been the prettiest Mopar at the show, but in the bac
This is something you don't see very often- a Cummins diesel-powered dragster. This bear roared and snorted up to the tree and let out a hellacious whine as it shot down the 1320 in the 8-second range. If you're going to go crazy, do it all the way.
This is something you don't see very often- a Cummins diesel-powered dragster. This bear r
Mopar Muscle's Tech Editor Dave Young and Contributing Tech Editor Steve Dulcich were more than happy to stay a little longer to help present the Mopar Muscle picks for the 2006 Nationals. Here, Dave (sporting the sunglasses and microphone) presents Dave Walden of Wildwood, Missouri, the Best of Show award for his pristine '70 Plymouth Cuda.
Mopar Muscle's Tech Editor Dave Young and Contributing Tech Editor Steve Dulcich were more
Even some of the vendors pried themselves away from their stands and got into the action. Here, Shafi Keisler of Keisler Engineering, boils the hides with his personal Road Runner, sporting one of his new automatic overdrive transmission swaps.
Even some of the vendors pried themselves away from their stands and got into the action.
Not all classic Mopars are Chargers or 'Cudas. Robert Vietmeier of Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, brought out his military green '52 Dodge Power Wagon, and made quite the impression on many that feel Mopar's heyday was only during the '60s.
Not all classic Mopars are Chargers or 'Cudas. Robert Vietmeier of Bridgeville, Pennsylvan
Corey Pant returned for his last year in the Young Guns category, and walked away with the Mopar Muscle Young Gun's award once again.
Corey Pant returned for his last year in the Young Guns category, and walked away with the
Recognize John Cope's wheelstander '63 Dodge from our August issue? Wheelstands like this are a real crowd pleaser.
Recognize John Cope's wheelstander '63 Dodge from our August issue? Wheelstands like this
For all you C-Body fans out there, Daniel Hanson of Tinley Park, Illinois, brought out his white '69 Chrysler 300, and took the trophy and bragging rights for the best burnout all weekend, as evidenced by his tires.
For all you C-Body fans out there, Daniel Hanson of Tinley Park, Illinois, brought out his
Ah, the Parking Lot Parade. This parade of burnouts and street races is the highlight of every evening all weekend long. It was great to see some of the nicest machines in the show field out on the street pounding the pavement with the best of them.
Ah, the Parking Lot Parade. This parade of burnouts and street races is the highlight of e
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