Mopar Enthusiast was created by the publishers of Cars & Parts magazine, Amos Automotive Publishing. It was a Mopar-dedicated muscle and performance car title. It had the standard elements - feature vehicles, restoration tips, event coverage, tuning and performance tips and other technical content.
The magazine competed directly against other major Mopar-only titles - Mopar Action, Mopar Muscle, and Mopar Collectors Guide. But it had a relatively short publishing life, then it was folded along with six other Amos Press titles into Auto Enthusiast magazine starting in December, 2010.
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The parent company was Amos Press in Sidney, Ohio. Amos got into the car magazine business with the acquisition of Cars & Parts in 1978. Amos purchased the title from Don Horn in Memphis, Tennessee, who had started it in the summer of 1957. Amos Press has a long history with coin and stamp enthusiast magazines.
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A total of 24 issues was printed from Oct/Nov 2007 through November, 2010 when it was folded into Auto Enthusiast. All images are complete.