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Holley's MoParty is back! The third running of the all-Mopar show is back and better than ever, and from the signs of things on the show field before the gates actually open up, it looks to be the best one yet! If the only way to go is Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, Imperial, Ram, or even our adopted siblings in American Motors and Jeep, or if it is powered by any of the engines that were cranked out from Ma Mopar's workshop, it is welcomed to come out and play! From the peaceful show fields full of beautiful machines, to Mel Major's Mopar Survivors Invitational Display tent, to the swap meet, there's plenty to see. From the drag racing to the Grand Champion competition and the wild burnout contest, there's plenty to do. If you want to be part of the show and you've got the locks of hair to qualify, you can take place in our Mullet Contest, and if you want a show, Jamey Smith and his high-flying General Lee will give you something to watch. And if you wanted something new, we have you covered there, too: this year, for the first time at MoParty, we have the Off-Road Challenge. And that's open to anyone, so if you brought your Cummins-powered four-wheel-drive out and want to go play in the dirt, you're more than welcome to!
We will be bringing you all of the coverage from Beech Bend Raceway, so stay tuned to this page, where you can find all of the coverage from the 2022 Holley MoParty as it comes in!
We had a strong showing of influencers at Holley MoParty, including Jarad Pink from Wrench Every Day with Travis Bell's "Transcon Medi-Vac" replica Dodge van, Vice Grip Garage's Derek Bieri and the "Hemi Half" 1982 Chevrolet C10, and YouTuber Dylan McCool, who brought his 1973 Challenger, 1958 Savoy, and a newly-acquired Plymouth 'Cuda to the show.