|Welcome to the premier Mopar Club in eastern
Nebraska and western Iowa!
We are dedicated to the preservation and restoration of
Chrysler-built muscle cars and special interest vehicles. If you
own one of these high performance Chrysler, Dodge, or Plymouth
vehicles built between 1964 and 1974, then this Club is for you!
We also encourage the owners of high performance or special
interest Chrysler vehicles, built after 1974, to join as well.
Want to find out more? Come to one of our monthly meetings or
join us at one of our Sonic Drive-In events. Click on the 'Contact
Us' button above to request additional information. We look
forward to meeting our fellow Mopar enthusiasts!
|Why 'High Impact'?
In 1969, Chrysler's Marketing Department came up with a series of names for each of the 'High
Impact' colors they offered their customers. Dodge and Plymouth each had their own brand
names. Check out the table above for some of the wild names given to these high impact colors.
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Last updated: July 5, 2014
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Chrysler, Plymouth and Mopar are trademarks of Chrysler LLC. The information supplied on this web site is provided as a service to the Mopar enthusiast.
The material presented is assumed accurate, but it is not warranted, guaranteed or presented as absolutely correct. Use the advice and information on this
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Click here to see photos
and video from our
7th Annual HI-PO
held on May 18th, 2013
Check out our
For Sale / Wanted
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Our 8th Annual Show
would not be possible
without their support.
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The Club would like to
thank everyone for
attending our Friday
night and Saturday
We had a record
turnout of 165 Mopars
and 25 vendors for
our first ever swap
|This Friday, July 11th is National Collector Car Appreciation Day. There are
many local and national events taking place to celebrate this nationally
recognized day. Check out the SEMA website for more information.
Also, please join us at Don and Millie's Restaurant (144th and Harrison St.)
in celebration of this event.