The Omega symbol is the final letter of the Greek alphabet.
It’s commonly used to symbolize something great, or to denote the end of—and the best, or ultimate version of—a significant period of advancement.
It’s also been known to symbolize apolcalyptic destruction. The end of all things, leading the way to change and rebirth.
Enter Mopar, and the iconic Mopar Omega logo.
Ultimate. Significant. Destructor.
It paved the way for change.
And finally, rebirth. Where we’ve now lived through more than a decade of modern Mopar performance, and have witnessed the production of the most-powerful American muscle car engines in history.
Dodge. Chrysler. Plymouth. Jeep. Ram.
They changed everything, and some dad you know loves every bit of it.
He doesn’t have needs. Just wants. And what he wants is more Mopar stuff. Because it symbolizes something great.
Just like him.
We can only think of two kinds of dads who wouldn’t love this shirt:
And if you’re shopping for one of those, you’re clearly reading the wrong article.
Neither the Scat Pack nor the Super Bee require an introduction.
The only thing cooler than a distressed, vintage hat, is a distressed, vintage hat with an old-school Mopar logo on the front.
Plymouth paid $50,000 to Warner Bros. in the 1960s for the rights to use the Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote names and likeness from the popular cartoon, and invested thousands more to develop a horn that approximated the famous Warner Bros. Road Runner’s “beep-beep” sound.
The 1969 Road Runner featured an updated Road Runner decal, as well as the introduction of the Wile E. Coyote “Coyote Duster” decal on the air cleaner lid with the Air Grabber option.
So, that’s why there are these rad Mopar signs with the cartoon Road Runner on them.
They say an elephant never forgets.
With this die-cast engine, your favorite Mopar dad will never forget the 426 Hemi.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg created the world’s largest social network while wearing a non-descript hoodie.
Imagine what’s possible in a Mopar Omega logo hoodie.
There are dozens of excellent Mopar vehicles to love, but there’s a good chance the ’69 Charger is the most beloved of all.
Turns out, a miniature reproduction of its nose makes for a really cool shelf.
You know what he is. He knows what he is. And now everyone else will, too.
If we were ranking Mopar signs for the garage or man cave, we would rank this particular one very, very, very, very high.
10. Mopar Pit Shirt
This is the official uniform of Mopar hot-rodders everywhere, and any Mopar fanatic who doesn’t have one, needs one.