What Is A Mopar Max Wedge Engine, And How Did They Get Their Name?

The Mopar name — a portmanteau of ‘motor’ and ‘parts’ — was coined by Chrysler in the late 1930s to brand its new antifreeze along with other parts and accessories and has since become an umbrella term for all of the auto labels that have come under the Chrysler banner. Mopars were a force in the muscle car era of the 1960s and early ’70s, thanks in large part to their array of beastly V8 engines. While most gearheads are

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