Holiday Gift Guides

Buyer’s Guide: 10 Mopar Gifts for Your Favorite Hot-Rodders

OnAllCylinders is about giving gifts that speak to the heart, just so long as that heart belongs to a die-hard automotive enthusiast.

But auto parts can get pricey. Shocker, we know. And many are designed for specific applications which makes it difficult to just haphazardly choose items without knowing the ins and outs of the vehicle in question.

So what do you get for a gearhead that is affordable, meaningful, and shows forethought?

We’re here to help with that.

This year, OnAllCylinders will run a series of buyer’s guides meant to point you toward gift ideas appropriate for the automotive-obsessed people in your life. In this installment, we’re covering 10 gift ideas for Mopar enthusiasts. Check them out below:

[See Also: Buyer’s Guide: 10 Af-Ford-able Gifts for Your Favorite Ford Fanatic.]

Mopar Fender Covers

(Image/Summit Racing)

A trusty cold-weather (and year-round) companion for the DIY garage and driveway mechanic.

Mopar LED Marquee Sign

“It’s an excellent product and looks great in my garage,” says Donald in Michigan.

Yeah, it does.

1:18 Scale 1971 Dodge Challenger RT Street Fighter Fireball Diecast Model

They say an elephant never forgets. And the recipient of this scaled-down 426 Hemi engine in this Challenger will never forget who gave it to them.

Rat Fink Mopar King of Hemis T-Shirt

(Image/Summit Racing)

T-shirts might be the most can’t-miss gift there is. Combine that fact with the word “HEMI” splashed across the front of this fine apparel, and that you’re buying it for a Mopar fan, and it’s probably going to be the most-used gift they get this year.

PitStop SE Mopar Office Chair

(Image/Summit Racing)

If Spider-Man can use a “guy in a chair,” then all of us can. This is a premium gift for a premium Mopar enthusiast who will then back you up on your future superhero adventures.

Mopar Omega Logo Zip-Up Hooded Sweatshirt

(Image/Summit Racing)

The author of this buyer’s guide wears a hoodie almost every day.

Some of his decisions are questionable. Wearing hoodies all of the time isn’t one of them.

1972 Mopar Mechanic’s Shirt

(Image/Summit Racing)

The cool thing about mechanic’s shirts is that they look great even on non-mechanics.

1:18 Scale 1956 Chrysler New Yorker St. Regis Convertible Diecast Model

When it’s time to put a tiny set of Goodyear tires to the test, this 1:24 scale 1970 Dodge Challenger is up to the task! The diecast model features opening doors, trunk, and shaker hood, plus a detailed engine and interior, chrome wheels, poseable steering, and a rear-deck spoiler.

Dodge/Mopar Auto Accordion Sunshade

(Image/Summit Racing)

These Dodge and Mopar sunshades are gifts that keep on giving the whole year. And also for years after that. Like a savings bond that’s already matured.

That metaphor doesn’t work. But these sunshades do.

Pinstriped Mopar T-Shirt

(Image/Summit Racing)

Awesome pinstriped t-shirts are the official uniform of hot-rodders everywhere. Or at least, they should be.

Merry Mopar Christmas, everyone.

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  2. Donald Ohlinger says:

    I enjoyed the 10 Mopar gift ideas . I would like it if Summit Racing Equipment went back to publishing the Genuine Hotrod Hardware catalog . I use to get that catalog for years and also a couple of times a year it would be awesome if the Genuine Hotrod Hardware catalog could either be printed again or combined with the Summit Racing Equipment Catalog. I think it would be awesome to expand the race catalog and have the Genuine hotrod Hardware catalog apart of it.

    • Hey Donald, thanks for the comment!

      We spoke with the Summit Racing folks. They said, while there’s no longer a dedicated catalog for gifts, clothing & memorabilia, you can find gift guides featured in Summit Racing’s other catalogs. So you may want to make sure you’re signed up for those here.

      They also said you can check out It’s the new home for the sort of cool hotrod gifts you’d find in those earlier catalogs.

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