Established in 1979, the National Chrysler Products Club (NCPC) is dedicated to the preservation and history of all Chrysler built products. We also recognize the many brands with which Chrysler had an affiliation, like AMC, Maxwell-Chalmers, Mercedes-Benz, Sunbeam…the list goes on.

For membership information...go here.

So, What's The NCPC All About?
Our club motto is, “Fun, Friends, Family”. Regardless of the Chrysler product you own….or hope to own…you’re welcome in the NCPC.  From Champ to Challenger, Valiant to Viper...they are all part of the NCPC family.


Yearly National Meet.
Each year, we hold a National Meet. The location varies, but we always have group activities, such as driving tours with our Mopars, as well as a judged car show that is only open to NCPC members. Each National Meet culminates with an awards banquet at the host hotel.

The Journal.
Our bi-monthly club magazine, “The Journal”, is mailed to each member. Besides features about club members and their cars, there are all also region updates, as well as the “Musty Mopar Market” with for sale and wanted ads (free to members) for just about anything Mopar. 

We're Glad You're Here!
We invite you to look around our site to see what the NCPC is all about. We also urge you to contact any of our officers should you have questions. Finally, our local regions also welcome you to attend their meetings to meet the NCPC folks.  

Local Regions
We also have several local regions, such the Jersey  Shore Region in New Jersey; the Independence Region in the Philadelphia area of Pennsylvania, and the new Skylands Region in New Jersey. Many of these local regions have activities of their own throughout the year and are a fantastic way to stay connected with fellow club members in your area.

On-Line Presence
Besides this website, the NCPC is also on Twitter and Facebook.

Follow us on Twitter, or become a Fan on Facebook by clicking on the appropriate logo.

The National Chrysler Products Club is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the historic preservation, restoration, exhibition, and use of Chrysler product cars and trucks and its early predecessors. (2)The collection, recording and preservation of Chrysler product historical data, (3) the dissemination to the public of the story of Chrysler Corporation's contributions to the automotive industry and (4) the promotion of good fellowship and cooperation among members. 

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