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Dodge Fever—The Mopar Or No Car crowd comes together at Holley’s Moparty

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Written by Steve Turner
Photography courtesy of Holley

Fiercely loyal and down to have a good time, fans of Mopar machines aren’t shy about standing apart in the automotive crowd. Thanks to the crew at Holley, however, they now have their own annual event where Mopar fans can come together and party for four days at Beech Bend Raceway in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Aptly named, MoParty, this even follows the playbook of other Holley events will a multitude of activities taking place, including an autocross, car show, drag racing, and drifting. MoParty adds a few wrinkles of its own, however, like a General Lee Launch and a Mullet Contest. It’s all great fun, and the event will return next September, but in the meantime, these are a few highlights. For more, check out MoParty.com.

If you grew up in a certain era, the Dukes of Hazzard was appointment television. The show’s real star — the General Lee — would often execute crazy jumps during each episode, so seeing it live at MoParty was a real treat for those in attendance.
It’s not every day that you see a trio of pristine wing cars on display, but these Plymouth Superbirds were one of many highlights on the property at Beech Bend Raceway Park during Holley MoParty.
Even spectators could get in on the action with Dodge Thrill Rides courtesy of the Driving Experience. Riding shotgun while a pro driver shreds tires is a party.

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