|Probably my favourite Mopar, a 1970 Dodge Super Bee with 383 cubic inches of grunt.|
|'75 Chrysler Valiant Regal Hardtop was a very Aussie car, with its Australian designed hemi six.|
|The Chrysler Valiant Charger was also a special car. Being developed and built in Australia, it was like no other Mopar anywhere else in the world.|
This one is powered by the 318 V8.
|2005 Chrysler 300C. I've always liked these, nothing else looks quite like them.|
|'66 Plymouth Fury is not often seen as a 4 door sedan in NZ.|
There is some resemblance to Australian Valiants from certain angles.
Just like the previously shown Valiant Charger, it is 318 powered.
|1960 Dodge 100 is a change from Ford F100s and Chevy C10s.|
|The fire service also had a display with these Scanias from out of town.|
|Mopar shares its space with a couple of Fords and a GM.|
|1937 Indian Scout 750 is probably a little too much before my time.|
|Nice paint on this Victory, but not really my cup of tea, but I have to confess I've never ridden one.|