The Mopars at the 2018 Muscle Cars and Corvette Nationals

The Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN) turned 10 this year, and once again wowed the crowds with another incredible show. If you were a Pentastar fan, this one offered up a killer display of Dodge and Plymouth cars as you walked into the show. Attendees were greeted by a two rows of Mopar power. Dodges lined up on one side, while the other was lined with Plymouths to commemorate the Plymouth Rapid Transit System and the Dodge Scat Pack caravans. As part of that display, a custom Duster and two custom Road Runners of the original Plymouth Rapid Transit System were on display from the collection of the late Steve Juliano. Along with the cars, a number of memorabilia, which included artwork and a cutaway Hemi engine, were also on display.

This year also celebrated the 1968 model year with a display of almost two-dozen Hurst Hemi Barracudas Hurst Hemi Darts, while a number of unrestored original cars were going for their Vintage Certification. In that mix was a 1970 440 six-barrel Road Runner with less than 6,000 miles, and a California built 1970 Hemi ’Cuda, along with a 1970 383 powered Dodge Challenger R/T SE. There were also a number of fresh restorations unveiled at the show, one of which was a 1971 Hemi ’Cuda from Mike Mancini’s American Muscle Cars Restorations shop.

In what is probably the most popular section at the show, the Barn Finds and Hidden Gems display offered up another number of sad looking high end Mopars. In that group was a very rusty and dirty 1968 Hemi Plymouth GTX convertible, and an ever rustier and dirtier looking 1970 Hemi Challenger. Also on display was a 1971 ’Cuda along with a number of other Mopars.

For those of you that couldn’t make the show, we are bringing all the Mopars to you with our after hours pass.

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