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Mopar Action Magazine

Mopar Action is the best-selling Mopar enthusiasts’ magazine on the market today. Covers the entire world of Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge vehicles, including classics, muscle cars, race cars, new car road tests, performance tips and technical advice articles, personality profile, coverage of major Mopar events, restoration advice and club news from around the world. If it’s Mopar—you’ll find it in Mopar Action.

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Nothing else comes close - By Hemi Head Harry


Mopar Action Magazine is in a class by itself. Especially their technical articles, which are better than anything else on the planet - clear, concise, detailed, and always with some engineering background. 5 stars! Harold

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The history of the RR - By HEMI Mark


Wow! I must congratulate your fine magazine on the Jack Smith article in the February 2008 issue. What a great piece of Mopar history. Much research and thought went into this article. Personally, I really appreciated the detail of all the dates and names of the key "players". That fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants approach to building and marketing cars is long gone. I had the pleasure of meeting Jack Smith a couple of years ago at a local Mopar show here in Michigan, and I'd like to ad one piece of information to this fine article. Jack told a group of us that day that Chrysler secured the rights from WB's for the use of the bird for the nominal sum of $10,000. Keep up the good work! Mark Williamson, Clarkston, MI