Mopar Parts

If you’re looking for Mopar parts, you’ve come to the right place. We carry a ton of Dodge Charger and Challenger parts, Plymouth Parts, and just about all other Mopar parts for any car you may have. Here’s a complete guide on the types of Mopar parts we offer and a little history of Mopar itself. Find out why Mopar is such a big name in the automotive industry and what Mopar even stands for! Then you can find yourself the perfect set of high quality parts to bring your Mopar back to its former glory!

History Of Mopar

For those of you that don’t already know, the name “Mopar” signifies the parts and service departments of Chrysler. Any car made by Chrysler or its parent company are known as Mopar as well. This includes Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, Jeep, Dodge-trucks, DeSoto, Eagle, Imperial, and AMC.

The Mopar name first launched back in 1937 when Chrysler needed a short name to fit on its antifreeze bottle. “Mopar” is a combination or that words “motor” and “parts” which was easy for the Chrysler team to remember.

Some of the most iconic Mopar cars ever made include the Dodge Charger, Plymouth Roadrunner, and Plymouth Cuda. All three of these cars are loved by car collectors thanks to their massive, powerful HEMI engines and aggressive styling. Not only are these some of the most popular Mopar models, but they’re also some of the most popular muscle cars of all time.

Mopar has had a huge following for a long time. Even today enthusiasts still recognize the name and use it to identify the new generation of muscle cars like the Dodge Charger Sedan, SRT Challenger, and SRT Viper. Mopar has a long and diverse history of offering big engines in just about any platform from a two-door convertible like the Dodge Challenger or a four-door luxury sedan like the Chrysler New Yorker.

Today, FCA (now Stellantis) is still producing high-powered performance cars. In fact, they’re some of the most powerful production cars on the planet right now. You can climb behind the wheel of a track-ready SRT Viper and smash lap times at the race track or pick up a new Dodge Demon that produces a whopping 840 horsepower from the factory. It’s easy to see why Mopar has been dominating the muscle-car industry for so long.

Mopar in the 1940s and 1950s

The ’40s and ’50s were a very important decade for Mopar. During this time, the brand really started to thrive. Mopar was still just a name on products like antifreeze and oil. However, the company started to use this name to signify that its parts were made by Chrysler. During the 1940s and 1950s, Mopar started to produce items like car covers, spark plugs, and even oil filters. The brand quickly became synonymous with quality, and many car owners started using the Mopar brand of parts on their vehicles. During the ’50s and even ’60s, Mopar started to produce a lot of racing parts.

Mopar in the 1960s

The ’60s were a very important decade for Mopar, as the brand started to grow into something much bigger than just car parts. In 1961, Chrysler purchased the American Motors (AMC) company. At this point, Mopar started to produce a wider range of parts for cars, trucks, and even racing boats. During the 1960s, Mopar started to produce parts like suspension kits, exhaust systems, and even racing parts like nitrous kits.

Mopar in the 1970s

In 1970, Chrysler created the Dodge-truck brand, which was later incorporated into Mopar. This meant that the company started to produce and supply parts for all types of vehicles. During the 1970s, Mopar started producing parts like remote starters, car starters, and even gas canisters. This decade was also important for Mopar because the brand started to sponsor all sorts of racing events.

Mopar in the 1980s

The ’80s was an important decade for Mopar because it was the last decade that American Motors was under the Chrysler name. In 1987, Chrysler purchased the remaining 49% of the company’s stock and made it a wholly owned subsidiary. This meant that Mopar started producing parts for a wider range of vehicles. During the ’80s, Mopar started producing parts like suspension kits and even big truck chassis. This was also the decade that Mopar started producing parts for the Jeep brand, including accessories and items like windshield wipers and door latches.

The Present Day

In the present day, Mopar has grown into a brand that produces parts and services for all types of vehicles. This means that the company produces parts for cars, trucks, mini-vans, sports-utility vehicles, and even race cars. The Mopar brand has really become synonymous with quality parts. This is because they are designed and tested by experts in the field. Mopar parts are also designed and manufactured to be more durable than standard parts. They have been created with the sole intention of making your car last longer and run more smoothly.

If you’re looking for Mopar parts for your build, just enter the year, make, and model and we’ll show you only high-quality and affordable Mopar parts.

Where Can I Find Mopar Parts?

Collectors Auto Supply has most of the Mopar Parts any enthusiast needs to restore their vehicle back to show quality.

Are Mopar Parts Expensive?

Depending on the year, Mopar parts usually aren't too expensive because this car was mass-produced in the United States. Many parts are still available today and we have a ton of them here at Collectors Auto Supply.

What are the different kinds of Mopar Parts?

The most common parts that we sell include ball joints and other suspension components, interior pieces like speaker boxes, and sound-deadening material to quiet down the interior from the engine compartment.

Mopar Parts Weatherstripping & Shields

If the window seals on your vehicle are starting to show some age, it’s the perfect time to replace them. We carry everything to keep the weather out and protect your vehicle from the elements. Check out our bumpers and grommets, splash shields, seals, gaskets, windlace, window seals, window sweep kits, coil spring insulation, and hundreds of other Mopar parts.

Mopar Parts Exterior Parts

Shop for Mopar gas-tank strap kits, anti-squeak kits, fender covers, full car covers, and other exterior parts for all models.

Insulation and Sound Deadeners for Mopar Parts

Keep your vehicle quiet by picking up some new insulation materials that will keep unwanted noise out! We carry a full line of Mopar insulation and sound deadener kits, hood insulation pad heat shields, firewall insulation, kick panels, trunk insulation, cowl to dash covers, and more.

Classic Mopar Parts Interior Parts

Bring back that iconic interior by replacing your old and worn-out interior parts with brand-new ones! Package trays, trunk mats, interior panels, sun visors, and other interior parts for most Mopar models.

Mopar Parts Suspension & Steering Parts

Over time your Mopar suspension and steering will begin to wear out. Suspension and steering are critical components of your vehicle, so prevent an accident and put all that power to the ground by replacing your old suspension and steering parts. We carry bolts, coil spring parts, leaf springs, bushings, rack and pinion, control arm & ball joint parts, and virtually any other suspension or steering parts that fit multiple Mopar models.

Classic Mopar Parts Accessories & Supplies

We’ve sourced hard-to-find parts and accessories including windshield molding, screw kits, fasteners, tote bags, and other essentials to keep your Mopar looking neat and brand new.

When it comes to restoring a vehicle or simply replacing broken or missing trim pieces and installing new weatherstripping and custom-fit insulation, you should stick with a supplier you trust and one that specializes in vintage, classic, and collectible automobiles. Our vintage auto restoration parts are of the highest quality and our prices are competitive. Our classic Mopar parts are designed to meet the original manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for a perfect fit. This combined with today’s advances in modern technology and production ensures that you will enjoy the highest quality reproduction parts for your restoration project.