2004-Hebron, Ohio, National Trail Raceway: 3,081 cars, 1,879 vendors, 56,793 attendees. Grand Prize engine is a 380-horse 360. Highlights are a Dodge Charger tribute with Richard Petty's most winning Charger (1974) (NASCAR Record), the '99 Charger concept car, the K&K Daytona, and a display of 20 other key Chargers. Hot Rod TV and American Muscle Car cover the event . Plymouth Hemi Can-Am debuts.
2005-Hebron, Ohio, National Trail Raceway: Highlights include a Plymouth Road Runner tribute, Jack Smith product planner of Plymouth Road Runner, Mopar Wheelstanders, and Mopar Nats 25th Anniversary.
Looking back at the past 25 years sure brings back some great memories. Mopar Nats plans to have many more new debuts and surprises in the future. Mopar performance is alive and well in the hobby, and in the new offerings coming from Chrysler. Who would have thought the Hemi would return and be available in two configurations: 5.7L at 345 hp and 6.1L at 425 hp, with a much rumored 500 hp in the near future. We will be there, the Mopar Nationals . . . The Legend Continues.