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What is your favorite Mopar?

Let us know what your all-time favorite Mopar is in the comments sections


Mopar is the parts division of Chrysler and the name that’s synonymous with performance is a blend of “MOtor” and “PARts”. For car aficionados Mopar tends to mean a performance vehicle produced by Chrysler under the Dodge and Plymouth brands.

With a long history of performance cars, what is your all-time favorite Mopar?

Let us know in the comments section below what is your all-time favorite Mopar. Like my high school always told me, “There are no wrong answers.”

My choice? The 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T because I’ve seen “Vanishing Point” too many times.

David P. Castro
David P. Castro
The Santa Rosa, California native is an experienced automotive and motorsports writer with a passion for American muscle cars. He is a credentialed automotive, NASCAR, and IndyCar reporter that graduated from the University of Nevada-Reno. A devoted F1 and NASCAR fan, he currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife, son, Siberian Husky, Mini Cooper, and 1977 Chevrolet C10.


  1. 340 dodge dart was nice, but the Hemi Cuda was at the top of my list. When I was pumping gas as a teenage a man came in with a white 1957? Daimler sporty looking car, as I checked the oil, it had a big ole Hemi in it. By far the neatest car I had ever checked the oil and cleaned a windshield on..

  2. My favorite I had was the 1969 dodge dart GT with the 340. I had installed a crower kit in the engine and a cheetah valve body in the transmission.

  3. 1961 Chrysler 300G Convertible. Crossrams, fins, and the top goes down! 15″ wheels, swivel seats, first year of alternator, second year of unibody and dual quad crossram manifolds, canted headlights. What’s not to love?

  4. Mine is absolutely the 1958 Fury! It’s got style, stance, an over the top interior, and dual quad power galore!

  5. The 1970 AAR Cuda is unquestionably the
    Most beautiful car Chrysler ever manufactured. The black strobe stripe combined with the black hood make the lines stand out as no other production
    Automobile ever. The exhaust exists in front of the rear tires completing the
    Race impression

    • I second the bote for the 1970 AAR Cuda. I had one and have always regretted selling to a dealership as a trade-in on a 5.0 Mustang.

  6. When I was growing up my Dad would always take me “Showroom Shopping” after the new year models came out. I was 13 in 1970 when we walked into a Chrysler/Plymouth showroom and there sat a 1970 Tor-Red Superbird. I immediately fell in love. I have never had the opportunity to own one, but it will always be the ultimate dream car for me.

    • Some people with Hemi Darts might call your bluff on that one. They were 10 second cars in the 1/4 mile right from the manufacturer. Look up 68 Dart Hemi. Weigh virtually 3000 lbs and 426 racing Hemi packs a punch!

  7. I had a 1967 Dodge Dart convertible. Bucket seats with a console. Beautiful blue with black top and black interior
    I grieve daily that I sold it

  8. The 1935 Chrysler Airflow C1. Proven Endurance Champion.
    I have 50,000 miles of Great American Races in one. The car did 13 Great Anerican Races 1985 thru 2001 and then finished 3rd in the Peking to Paris Rally..

  9. To all y’all that failed to call out Christine, watch your six. For me? The Ethel Merman commanded Imperial (“We’re in the Imperial, and we’re last!?”) seen in the great ensemble film “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad… World”, cream white drop top, individual headlight buckets and gunsight taillights- certainly Mopar made quicker and faster cars, but in the early ’60’s an Imperial was a statement of new money gone modern. And Ms. Merman will rise from her grave and mother-in-law screech for days if you don’t agree. Any Imperial is good for me, but those early ’60’s barges have a special place in my ’59 born heart.

  10. 1966 Dodge Coronet Red with Black top…crazy chrome console and shifter with leather pleated buckets right out of the factory…


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