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The WPC Club, Inc.                      Mopar Logo
             Plymouth, Dodge, Fargo, DeSoto, Chrysler, Imperial, Maxwell, Chalmers,  
                                         Jeep and Eagle & related Automobiles.    
All Mopar /  All Years /  All Models   
     

Every year in July the WPC Club hosts the Annual Meet open to all members
The Annual Meets are set up the following way for judging.
All Meet Registrants receive a ballot and  are the judges at the car show.
There is something for everyone,  from the earliest to the newest Chrysler products,  
from Classic Vintage to Mopar Muscle.  

  • 1. 1900 - 1933 Passenger Cars
  • 8.1967 - 1968 Passenger Cars
  • 2. 1934 -1942  Passenger Cars
  • 9. 1969 - 1974 Passenger Cars
  • 3. 1946 - 1954 Passenger Cars
  • 10. 1975 - 1979 Passenger Cars
  • 4.1955 - 1956 Passenger Cars
  • 11. 1980 - 1986 Passenger Cars
  • 5.  1957 - 1959 Passenger Cars
  • 12.1987 - 1999 Passenger Cars
  • 6. 1960 - 1963 Passenger Cars
  • 13. 2000 - Present Passenger Cars
  • 7.1964 - 1966 Passenger Cars
  • 14. All Commercial vehicles, Vans, SUVs and Trucks

Classes may be divided based on the number of vehicles pre-registered.    

Other Awards given at National Meets:

George Michl Memorial Award --In recognition of the first decade of Chrysler Vehicles.

Lois & Chuck Jensen Award -- In recognition of the P15 Plymouth.

Joseph Costantino Memorial Award -- In recognition of the 1950's Chrysler  Products given by the Garden State Region

The Harrison Award -- For the 1964-1966 Imperial.

The Dr. David George Briant Award, Given to the person showing the best  spirit of the meet.       

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