After bringing you all the details on how a german classic car meeting for a variety of makes looks like I would now like to talk about a smaller meeting for lovers of modern MOPARs that took place last weekend in my hometown Buchloe in the Allgäu Region in Bavaria in the southern part of Germany. To not mislead all you classic car fans – yes, I wrote "modern"! So no Plymouths and so on, just attractive cars from Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep – most of them younger, a very few of an older age. But still enjoyable, I think. It always can be interesting to think outside the box – or in this case – outside of the US of A.

So, there were about 150 cars – in my opinion not bad when using restrictive words like "modern", "Germany", "just MOPARs". Take a look at the pictures and enjoy. And like you did with my article on importing my Viper to Germany or the already above mentioned article about the classic car meeting in Germany – feel free to discuss or ask me the questions you want.

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My old snake...

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An old Jeep from 1981...

...filled with a modern 426-Hemi-V8 - wrong engine cover, I know.

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Another project: A not-so-old-Jeep...

...with an extremly modified Viper-V10 under the hood.

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No MOPAR, but my girlfriend's Riviera from 1972.

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This Dodge was in use at a german fire station from 1962 to 1999.

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Very unusual - but I would love to own one for myself!

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This one was in use from 1954 to 1993 here in Germany at a small fire station.

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Well... What's your thoughts on the Renegade?

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Play area for the kids!

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This 1994 Viper RT/10 was driven about 3.700 miles in total from new to now.