This past weekend I was at the Chrysler Performance West Annual Mopar Spring Fling. This car show attracts Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth enthusiasts from all over the world to Van Nuys, Ca for a weekend of fun in appreciation of Mopar vehicles. California Car Cover has been a midway vendor at the CPW Car Show for the past few years. Here are some photo highlights from this year's event.
|The Spring Fling isn't just about muscle cars. There were still a number of hot rods at the show.|
The CPW Spring Fling brings all makes and models of Mopar vehicles to Woodley Park. The show is not limited to just classic Barracuda and Challenger cars, but you often find a number of AMC vehicles. On Sunday, there was a large group of late model Challenger and Charger owners, plus some PT Cruisers and Prowlers.
There is always a large group of original and restored Mopar muscle at the show. Whether you are a fan of old Valiant, GTX, 'Cuda or Belvedere cars, you will always find a favorite car at the Spring Fling.
The weather was a beautiful all weekend which brought out plenty of cars and people to the park on Saturday and Sunday. The highlight of Saturday morning was the annual swap meet. Swappers are lined down Woodley Ave for a chance to swap Dodge and Plymouth parts. There is a large show and shine event which attracted 100's of vehicles to the park.
There were a lot of late model Dodge vehicles at the Spring Fling on Sunday. Sunday is the award's day where Mopar enthusiast vehicles are competing for awards and recognition in a number of categories.
|This was a unique 1956 Powell Wagon. I could not remember the last time that I saw one of these at a show.|
|Very clean Dodge Ram Power Wagon Pickup.|
|There were plenty of clean and cool 1950's Chrysler cars at the show.|
|Very cool Dodge Ramp Truck|
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|Nice silver Dodge Charger|
Thank you to everyone at Chrysler Performance West for another year of hospitality. CPW puts on a great event that all Mopar owners love to attend. Check back in the coming weeks for more coverage of local car shows courtesy of California Car Cover.