A subdivision of Chrysler. Short for Motor Parts.
Actually, it stands for:
Massively Over Powered And Respected.
by tradesman July 23, 2003
any muscle era chrysler which is chrysler dodge plymouth and desoto and the word actually is a combination of motor and parts which is what was important to the mopar fans of the time it doesnt mean more parts
My mopar challenger is pretty cool
by pooper February 09, 2005
Colloqualism for the progeny of the Chrysler Corporation, aka Mother Mopar, stereotypically of the muscle car era, sadly with a propensity to corrosion. Such undeniably vicious examples include:

413 MaxWedges, ie '62 Polara RamCharger

440 Six Packs, ie '70 RoadRunner SuperBird

340 Six Packs, ie 70 AAR 'Cuda

the mighty Elephant, ie '70 Hemi 'Cuda

the Blues Brothers' car

acronyms include:

Methodically Out Powering All Racers
Made Of Parts Already Rusting
My MoPar's racked up a bunch of pinks.
by ThreePedals December 07, 2003
move over people are racing
I jizzed in my pants when that MOPAR flew passed me on the freeway
by dont hit me August 13, 2003
Originally started out as the name for the performance division of Chrysler but now has come to mean any Chrysler brand including Chrysler,Dodge,Plymouth,Desoto. Comes from the combonation of the words "More Parts" as back in the muscle car era Mopar division provided aftermarket parts to the masses.
Mopar or no car.
by Nobis July 29, 2003
The slurring of "more power" with a southern accent.
My '69 charger got mo' par that y'all's mustang!
by Anonymous November 09, 2003
Mostly
Overated
Parts
At
Risk
as loud as that damn mopar was, it was hardley moving. i always knew they were mostly overated parts at risk. especially when the bottom end blew out from under it.
by runn141 May 11, 2009

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