Allpar Forums banner
1 - 1 of 1 Posts

· Premium Member
3,295 Posts
Allpar at Chryslers at Carlisle: July 11-13, 2014

Motor vehicle Mode of transport Transport City Public space

Carlisle is one of the largest Mopar shows in the country, with literally thousands of cars and trucks showing up every year, with an emphasis on muscle. This year, features included celebrations of a hundred years of Dodge (Brothers) and 50 years of the 426 Hemi; the usual retro dealership filled with like-new vintage cars; and a reunion of 440 Road Runners and Super Bees with triple carburetors. The invitational building was full of Barracudas, which also celebrated their fiftieth year. Unusually, the weather was good - neither 100° in the hot, hot sun, nor deluged with water - or both.

The eighth-mile track has been sold to developers, but now there was an autocross track, and a screening of the Snake & Mongoose movie. The Ramchargers and Golden Commandos also both held reunions, including story telling.

Motor vehicle Mode of transport Transport Community Public space

Allpar has been present for around eight years now; this was the first year in which the webmaster was not able to appear, but long-time contributor and New Jersey show organizer Chris Carpenter did a fine job of taking up the slack. Ward and Kathy Carpenter took charge of the community meals, for the first time providing a breakfast-and-lunch meal plan.

New features for the show

Motor vehicle Tire Mode of transport Nature Land vehicle
Event organizer Chris Carpenter arranged for a group rate for Allpar members who check into the Comfort Inn (Mechanicsburg-Harrisburg West), cutting $30 per night from their rate.

He also started a new feature, the "meal ticket," where people paid one price ($20) for breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. This broke down to approximately $4 a meal. The price went up to $25 per person for the package at the event.

Event coordinator Chris J. Carpenter set up a new schedule of events and activities for one of the most widely anticipated Chrysler enthusiast events in North America. This includes the "MAKE IT MOPAR" kids activity station, where all young enthusiasts can draw pictures of their favorite Mopars, complete Mopar word games and win prizes for their drawing (thanks, Alex Esarey and Rebecca Tittel, for help creating this).

Clothing Eyewear Glasses Vision care Smile

2014's Allpar event also included workshops to benefit owners of both classics and contemporary vehicles.

  • Bob Lincoln, a senior engineer at Waters Corporation, led "The Ins & Outs of Fuel Pump Replacement" - general tips and tricks when faced with servicing or replacing a fuel pump.
  • Bob Day, in conjunction with the Chrysler 300M Enthusiasts Club, gave his first Allpar talk. Mr. Day is the Education Supervisor for Lincoln Technical Institute's South Plainfield (New Jersey) Campus. Known for his beautiful Chrysler 300M, Bob shared his vast knowledge of car show preparation and care in his workshop "The Dos & Donts of Detailing."
  • once again had a panel of judges for vehicles registered with, culminating in an awards ceremony in the Allpar tent.

Motor vehicle Vehicle Land vehicle Hood Car

For more information about Carlisle Chrysler Nationals, and to sign up for the show (please put down as your club), visit A schedule of Allpar events and downloadable (PDF) event packet will be available on later.


Note: any schedule is subject to change.

Motor vehicle Automotive tire Text Automotive parking light Rim

The Carlisle show

Motor vehicle Cap Community Baseball cap Bumper
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."

Also see Carlisle 2011 and Carlisle 2012.

Motor vehicle Mode of transport People Photograph Red

Chrysler 1904-2018

Spread the word via <!--Tweet or--> Facebook!

We make no guarantees regarding validity or accuracy of information, predictions, or advice - .
Copyright © VerticalScope Inc. All rights reserved. Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, Ram, and Mopar are trademarks of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

1 - 1 of 1 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.