During a glorious recent August weekend, Team RedlineNorth headed down to Southwestern Ontario’s Moparfest. With close to 2,000 show vehicles and almost 25,000 spectators Moparfest is now Canada’s largest all Mopar show and is a sight to be experienced for any car enthusiast. Started 32 years ago by a few friends with a shared love of Mopar cars the show has grown into a massive charity event that takes over the town of New Hamburg, Ontario for one weekend a year. The annual event is a fundraiser for the local community with proceeds totaling over $2.5 million dollars from the past 32 years.
Here are some amazing new and old examples of Mopar muscle and design in all their automotive glory.
The majority of the show consisted of 60s/70s muscle car models including the Barracuda, Dodge Charger, Dart, Swinger, Duster, Plymouth Road Runner, Plymouth Super Bee, Plymouth Satellite and a few rare Superbird models. In addition, there were a wide range of Fargo trucks as well as luxury sedans including the Chrysler Cordoba and New Yorker models with a few jeeps and AMC cars in between. All in all, an amazing showcase put on right here in the heartland of Ontario. Who knew there was so much Mopar pride north of the border?