Mopar is the performance division of the Chrysler Corporation and has been instrumental in creating some of the most impressive muscle cars in history. Without Mopar, we might not have cars like the Dodge Challenger, Plymouth Superbird, or even the Dodge Daytona. Even though the Chrysler Corporation has fallen on hard times throughout automotive history, the Mopar brand name has been synonymous with Chrysler as a whole.
Mopar is a familiar face when you think of Chrysler vehicles, and to enthusiasts of the brand, there is no better option for performance. Mopar has also been an instrumental part of the Chrysler corporation, being the brand name of everything from Chrysler parts and services to special models. We looked at 20 classic Mopar muscle cars that have stood the test of time and five that you should avoid at all costs.
25: Plymouth GTX
Ever heard of a Plymouth GTX? Probably not as a common muscle car model, but as one of the most iconic nameplates of all time. The Grand Turismo Exterminator or GTX never got the attention that other muscle cars, such as the Coronet or the Roadrunner, received. However, it could hold its own on the track well (via Hagerty).
With 375 HP at the wheels standard, the GTX was far more than your average muscle car. The styling was better looking than a lot of cars from this period, and the performance was above average. Nowadays, the GTX has become a coveted collector’s item in a world of overpriced muscle cars.