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Is there a subscription available for MoparMax?
I'm located in the Bronx, NY. Do you know where I can pick up a copy? Or subscribe?
Where can I buy MoparMax magazine?
We get quite a few emails on this topic. MoparMax.com is a Magazine Online, which means we're online only. The good news is anybody with a connection and a computing machine can check out MoparMax.com free of any charge or subscription! The bad news is there is no print edition. -Ed
STRING AROUND FINGER
I gotta tell you, I really like what I am seeing with this venture. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the features, articles and everything. You have really stirred up a lot of memories. Thanks - and keep it up!
Thanks John. We'll try to keep, uhm. Wait a minute. Hold on. Oh yeah. Remembering! - Ed
ACROSS THE POND
I agree totally, the whole muscle spirit that was going on in the 60's has been replaced by pseudo "sports cars" and the basic, raw performance edge has gone. I have a '68 GTX
I'd love to see either the Chally or Cuda, with rubber mats, no bags, no a/c, no hi-fi and a nasty old big block! I'm currently having a 578 ci, fuel-injected, twin turbo Hemi built for the '62 Plymouth Fury station wagon formerly known as the "Hemi Wagon" and raced in outlaw street. This will be m.o.t.'d and be street legal over here.
Great site. Mopars are THE ONLY cars but Plymouth definitely needs to be resurrected.
Cheers from the U.K.
Nasty old big blocks for everybody! For those of us not in the U.K. - M.O.T. is an acronym for the Ministry of Transport. - Ed
LEANING TOWER OF POWER
I think MoparMax is great. Great articles and diversity. I would love to see some hot slant 6's too. Keep up the good work.
Wesley Chapel, FL