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Mopar's popular podcast Web site, www.mo-pod.com, is featuring a new podcast, "Attack of the MoPeople." The Halloween-themed podcast, sure to give racing fans a chuckle, features cartoon versions of Team Mopar drivers Samuel Hubinette, Gary Scelzi, Allen Johnson and Brady Bacon getting a late start on trick-or-treating while decked out in "scary" costumes that aren't for the faint of heart.

"Attack of the MoPeople" is the second such cartoon podcast featured on Mo-Pod.com. The first, "Holiday Harmony," which debuted in December 2006, featured an off-key cartoon-version Team Mopar choir singing the holiday favorite "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." The holiday podcast received the W3 Silver Award for creative excellence in Web video.

Launched in May 2006, Mo-Pod.com encourages video submissions from Mopar enthusiasts. These unique videos can be viewed free of charge on the Web site and through popular podcast subscription services such as iTunes and Podcast Alley. Mo-Pod.com features videos of cool cars, decked-out garages, car club events, professional and grassroots racing, and more. Videos can be downloaded free of charge to desktop computers and iPods, and are divided into six categories: Racing, Mopar Life, MoRides, Xtreme, Spotlight and Heritage. Enthusiasts whose submissions are chosen will receive a free one-year subscription to Mopar Magazine. Mopar enthusiasts who would like to submit their videos for consideration should visit the mo-pod.com Web site for submission details and instructions.
 
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