Allpar at Chryslers at Carlisle: July 2016

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We may be meeting at Chryslers at Carlisle in July 2016, depending on how much enthusiasm there is and how many Allpar leaders can go.

Carlisle has seminars, meetings with big name racers and engineers, and a retro dealership with “factory fresh” classic cars; many come for the massive swap meet, where you can get anything from literature to unidentifyable pieces of rusty metal. There is also a kid area and the “woman’s oasis.”

Check out our meets page to see what we did in past yearsJoin the Carlisle show updates list

How to sign up

entry formFirst, follow this link to get to the Carlisle page. Select allpar.com as your club. It’s easy!

Then, make your hotel reservations. These are fairly pricey, but if you can sleep through noise and don’t care about security, Rodeway Inn and other “strip motels” are waiting for you on the main drag in Carlisle. A noisy but more modern and secure motel, with small rooms, low prices, and a mini mart across the street, is the Microtel in Enola; Holiday Inn Express, also in Enola, is also convenient. Rates for hotels within 30 minutes of the show usually run around $70 to $130 per night. Crossing the river to Harrisburg cuts rates even further than Enola and such, as does going southwest of Carlisle.

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