H&amp;amp;amp;H's recent sale, held at the Haynes museum in Somerset was a mixed-bag, couldn't have been more unluckily-timed.
Finding a club to match your Mopar madness.
If you’re interested in connecting with a group of like-minded enthusiasts, why not join a Mopar club? You don’t need to own a Mopar of your own to be part of most clubs, so don’t worry if that 1971 ’Cuda is still out of reach. Of course, if you’re thinking of making the plunge, who better to consult with than fans and owners of the cars you’re considering? Clubs can be an excellent source of information if you’re looking to purchase, restore, repair, or simply ogle Mopars of all types.
With the internet, it’s easier than ever to get in touch with a club that fits your particular interests. Focused on E-Bodies? There’s a club for that. Obsessed with the car from the movie Christine? There’s a club for that too. We have a few suggestions for places to start your search, but, just like the first time you slid behind the wheel, only you will know when you’ve found your perfect fit.
No doubt, we’ve missed a few links here. To get your club’s name out there, you can post information to the community section of our website, or contact any of the Mopar link sites listed below.
National Mopar Clubs
Mopar Club of America
Mopar Enthusiasts Car Club of America
Other Useful Sites
Our website, which includes a community section for contacting other Mopar lovers.
Mopar Ring Club Connection
This website features a collection of links to Mopar clubs across the country, in addition to other Mopar-related sites on the internet.
Houston Mopar Connection Club
Based in Houston, but their club website features links to Mopar clubs throughout the country and internationally; especially useful if you’re looking for an in-person club rather than something online.
440magnum Mopar Enthusiast Network
Contains links to over 4600 Mopar-related websites, including a number of club sites.