2013 Mopar Fun Run

Farmington Dragway

May 11

 

Peter Ostermiller

June 29, 1939 - June 23, 2012

A great place to talk about great cars...

There was rain in the forecast, but we didn’t see a drop all day!  More than 125 show cars on the field, lots of racing and some of the best vendors you’ll find anywhere!  If you missed this one, you missed a great time!

This is a show that brings out all kinds of Mopar cars and trucks - from stock to modified.  You’ll find everything from mild to wild, and fans of all ages too!

This year we’re proud to welcome our new sponsor

North Point Chrysler Jeep Dodge

  These guys not only brought some great vehicles for display, they also love the heritage behind the newest generation of performance cars.

Click on the logo to find out more about a dealer that cares enough to support the classic car hobby and the long list of local charities which benefit from our show!

This year, we also said farewell to a couple of great friends - Peter Ostermiller and Max Morton.


Max was a long time club member, and “Chrysler Pete” was a collector who came to many of our shows (his daughter Rita is a club member).


  Max’s 1969 Dodge Charger 500, and Pete’s 1971 Town and Country Wagon were both represented on our t-shirt and their cars were on display at the show.  Thanks to everyone to stopped by to see the cars and learn more about two friends who were long time Mopar guys - we miss them.


Click on the photos of their cars to learn more!

Max Morton

March 9, 1935 - October 31, 2012

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Once again, the Fun Run features some of the most unique awards found at any car show.  They’re handmade - and you can’t buy them anywhere.  You can only win them at our show!

At the end of the day, Rodney Williams won Best of Show.  His Dodge pickup was done to perfection - an AACA Senior Award winning truck that is restored to 100 percent original.  It’s rare to see one of these in any condition, much less done to this high of a standard.  This slick blue and black Dodge had jaws dropping all day long and Rodney was proud to take home the big award.

More award winners from some of the different classes!