Since 1983 Chrysler Power has set the pace for Mopar devotee enthusiasm. Before that Roland Osborne had founded the National Hemi Owners Association in 1975 and Mopar Muscle in 1978, followed by Chrysler Performance Parts Association in late 1979. All the major Mopar oriented events like Indy, Columbus, Englishtown, Carlisle, Woodley, Farmington, Rockingham etc, Osborne had some sort of hand in.
When he founded Chrysler Power Magazine in 1983 it was by sheer determination and passion. There was no road map for a Mopar magazine and Chrysler Power Magazine set the pace and the benchmark for advertising, subscriptions and newsstand sales. Chrysler Power set the pace for five other Mopar magazines to spring up years later throughout the late ’80’s.
Today Chrysler Power continues to set the bar—and that’s high! Un-ashamedly “Family Friendly,” Chrysler Power has forged back into the forefront after it re-emerged from a 13 year hiatus due to a major tragedy. Phenomenal subscription interest, tremendous advertiser loyalty, complete new newsstand efforts with COMAG, the newsstand circulation company, and stories by the finest and most articulate Mopar story tellers on the planet. May we humbly say a grateful “thank you.”