On Sunday, July 10th, Mopar Connection Magazine attended the 25th Annual Mopar Madness show in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. Usually held on the second weekend of July every year and put on by the Vancouver chapter of the Mopars Unlimited Car club, it’s proudly known as one, if not, the biggest Mopar show in Western Canada.
The show has always attracted a very strong showing of classic Mopars, especially A- and B-body examples. Since around 2005 or so, it has also attracted a very high number of modern Mopars as well! The show usually plays host to anywhere between 250-to-400 cars. Almost every year, the show has been treated with exceptionally good weather!
Unfortunately, just like last year, clear weather just wasn’t in the cards and all the local weather stations called for showers on the day of the show. That didn’t stop most of the diehard Mopar fans from coming out though. Fortunately, while the clouds overtook the sun on and off during the day, it never actually rained!
The forecast for rain didn’t scare off the Aero car guys either. The show featured two 1970 SuperBirds as well as a T7 Bronze 440-powered 1969 Charger 500! Mopar Madness is an always evolving show with this year presenting the addition of more classes aimed towards attracting more of the modern Mopar crowd. It’s a show we at Mopar Connection Magazine have marked on our calendars year after year and one we will never miss!