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  • Publisher: Athlon Media
  • Customer Service Number: (212) 462-9525
  • Universal Magazine Code (UMC): 5629
  • Program ID (PID): 822
  • Program Sales Rank: 192
  • Website: Mopar Action

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Other Mopar Action Reviews

Nothing else comes close - By Hemi Head Harry

12/23/2013

Mopar Action Magazine is in a class by itself. Especially their technical articles, which are better than anything else on the planet - clear, concise, detailed, and always with some engineering background. 5 stars! Harold

The history of the RR - By HEMI Mark

11/4/2007

Wow! I must congratulate your fine magazine on the Jack Smith article in the February 2008 issue. What a great piece of Mopar history. Much research and thought went into this article. Personally, I really appreciated the detail of all the dates and names of the key "players". That fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants approach to building and marketing cars is long gone. I had the pleasure of meeting Jack Smith a couple of years ago at a local Mopar show here in Michigan, and I'd like to ad one piece of information to this fine article. Jack told a group of us that day that Chrysler secured the rights from WB's for the use of the bird for the nominal sum of $10,000. Keep up the good work! Mark Williamson, Clarkston, MI