Mopar Links, List of Good Guys


These are not reciprocal links, nor paid advertisements. They are notable enthusiasts and businesses (large and small) with outstanding reputations for expertise and customer satisfaction.


And here is a link to various Mopar Clubs.
www.moparsbymosher.com
Bob Mosher -- Specializing in the restoration of 1962-65 Dodge & Plymouth B-Body Sedans, Max Wedge and Race Hemi cars.
www.danielsternlighting.com
Daniel Stern Lighting -- The best in automotive lighting, bar none.
www.1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/welcome.html
Gary P. Hamel's 1962 to 1965 Mopar website -- You could spend a week looking through this site. Tons of info, a great mailing list, and more. Visiting this site is a must!
garlandmotorsports.com
Gordon Garland is the owner/restorer of the Texas Rattler RO51 '65 Plymouth A990. He always seems to have some interesting projects in the works.
www.kramerauto.com
Jim Kramer -- An excellent source for 1962 to 1976 Mopar racing, reproduction and restoration parts.
www.kellerrace.com
Jerry & Kristy Keller have some really cool Max Wedges that they run on the West Coast.
mooneyes.com
Mooneyes, legendary speed shop, machine shop, events and more. Check them out online or in person in SoCal. Great folks!
www.mooneyes.co.jp
Mooneyes in Yokohama, Japan! We had the opportunity to visit this amazing shop and meet some of the nicest people in the world. It's a speed shop, machine shop, old-school diner with great food and incredible gear-head events. About an hour from midtown Tokyo by train. If you're ever in Japan, you really must visit. And fantastic items online, as well.
www.reedsperformance.com
Reed Koeppe -- 1962 to 1967 Max Wedge and Race Hemi shop in Kearney, Nebraska. Reed knows his stuff!
www.rogergibsonautorestoration.com
Roger Gibson -- Show-quality Mopar restoration shop. His reputation preceeds him.
understanders.blogspot.com
Understanders Blog -- An outstanding '62-'65 Mopar blog from the Netherlands. Great photos and videos, both vintage and modern, from Europe and North America. Plan to spend some time looking through this one!
Decode a '62-'65 Mopar VIN here:
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