Concept cars, giveaways,
original race cars and celebrities make the Carlisle All-Chrysler
Nationals your summer place to be. The 2005 Carlisle All-Chrysler
Nationals takes place July 8-10 at the Carlisle (Pa.) Fairgrounds.
Visit carsatcarlisle.com/chrysler or call (717) 243-7855 for more
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Sharing its excitement with the public,
DaimlerChrysler Corp. will bring the Dodge ME Four Twelve concept car
and other factory concept vehicles. The ME Four Twelve is a V-12
powered, mid-engine “super car.” Chrysler says it’s the most advanced
car ever built, the ultimate in engineering and design statement.
Looking for a car that’s already available in the showrooms? Attendees
can test drive new Chrysler vehicles during the show as well.
Carlisle Events’ tradition of giving away cars, a 1983 Dodge Mirada CMX
will be awarded to one lucky attendee. The giveaway car has 70,045
original miles on it. Its interior is in surprisingly great shape. The
Glacier Blue Crystal Coat exterior is in excellent condition, and the
gauges and carpet do not show the wear of the decades. Just be at the
stage on Sunday at about 3 p.m. for your chance to win. No purchase is
necessary, but you must be present to win.
For muscle car fans,
a special display features an AAR and T/A reunion, celebrating their
35th anniversaries. Original driver Sam Posey will appear with the
original 1970 Challenger No. 77. Also in this display is the 1970 AAR
Plymouth Barracuda No. 42, originally driven by Sweed Savage.
you like unique automotive applications, the 1969-1/2 A12 Lift-off Hood
Reunion spotlights the Roadrunner and Superbee, some of the last
pinnacles of the muscle car era. This is the only year that this
special package (lift-off hood, 440 six-pack) was produced. Ted Struce,
six-time national record holder and original owner of drag cars, will
show his A12 project car.
Celebrities abound, as drag racing
legend Butch Leal will appear with two of his original drag cars, 1965
Plymouth Belvedere and 1968 Dart. Other special guests include Tom
Hoover, “Godfather of the Hemi,” who was involved in developing many of
the performance cars such as the 1969-1/2 A12 Roadrunner and Super Bee
lift-off hood cars. Friday, Herb McCandless, known for his drag racing
abilities, will sign autographs as well. Also appearing will be Galen
Govier, Mopar “numbers guy,” who will present seminars on verifying the
authenticity of Dodge and Chrysler vehicles.
The Salvation Army
Benefit Auction will offer all sorts of Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep items,
with all the proceeds benefiting The Salvation Army. To donate items to
the auction, please contact Cindi at (717) 243-7855, ext. 121, or
Find that classic or late-model car
or truck in the Car Corral, and don’t forget to visit the hundreds of
vendors selling all kinds of DaimlerChrysler parts, accessories and
memorabilia. The Chrysler Survivors exhibit showcases original,
unrestored, low-mileage vehicles. Also, check out the Dyno Challenge
sponsored by Year One. The person whose vehicle has the highest
horsepower each day wins $500.
Carlisle offers a fun family
environment. New this year is a free children’s Ride and Drive area
with battery-powered cars and trucks. Other new activities include a
burnout competition, club cook-off and trivia contest. Returning to the
show are drag racing action at South Mountain Dragway, a beauty
contest, seminars by industry experts and more. Free massages,
manicures and pedicures as well as basket bingo will relax and
rejuvenate women under the Women’s Oasis tent.
Gates open at 7
a.m. General admission is $8 Friday, $9 Saturday and $8 Sunday.
Children under 12 years old are admitted free. Visit
carsatcarlisle.com/chrysler for more information, to sign up for
Carlisle Events’ e-newsletter for all the latest updates, or to check
out Carlisle Events’ Web forum. You may also call (717) 243-7855. Call
1(877) 727-8573 for hotel information. Carlisle Events welcomes
returning sponsor Meguiar’s.
Carlisle Events, host of 11
collector car, truck and motorcycle events, attracts more than half a
million people to its 82-acre fairgrounds in Carlisle, Pa., each year.
Included in the annual schedule are two huge automotive swap meets – in
the spring and fall – and individual specialty shows featuring
Corvettes, Fords, GMs, Chryslers, trucks, motorcycles, sport compacts
and imports. Founded in 1974 by friends Bill Miller and Chip Miller,
the “Cars at Carlisle” shows attract automotive enthusiasts from around