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Squeeze the Citrus, And a Little Mopar Comes Out


 

Florida is appropriately called “The Sunshine State.” Let’s face it, they’ve earned it.

 

But Florida could be easily called “The Mopar State,” as well. No matter where we went, communities in Florida rolled out the red carpet for us and our two HEMI-powered cars. We couldn’t have felt more at home.

 

Tucked away in the small town of Inverness – about 90 minutes north of Tampa – we visited a group appropriately titled “Citrus Mopars.” Founded by Ken McNally and Mike Bonadonna, the club just got…

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Squeeze the Citrus, And a Little Mopar Comes Out

That ‘New’ 392 Hemi

 

The announcement that Dodge would be revisiting the legendary Hemi displacement of 392 inches for the 2011 Inaugural Edition Challenger reveals that the company is still well-coupled to its heritage. The engine would have to be special, as the original 392 was available only in the top of the line models for just two model years, 1957-58, and was the final revision of the engine architecture that had started in 1951 with the 331-inch Hemi. The 392 was a heavy-walled casting that was reserved solely for…

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That ‘New’ 392 Hemi

An Empire Built on a Foundation of “Brick & Mopar”

 

Nov.17 Empire Mopars, New Windsor, N.Y. – Stop #4

 
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An Empire Built on a Foundation of “Brick & Mopar”