Fall Carlisle 2017

September, 2017


If you’re looking for a special car, truck, or part, then chances are, your hunt will end at Fall Carlisle. This event, the last Carlisle-based car show and swap meet of the year, has been been expanded to three days and also includes an auction, with more than 500 cars slated to cross the auction block.

Carlisle Events, with more than 40 years in the business, knows what keeps the collector car community coming back year after year. At this year’s auction, a real eyecatcher, a 2006 Ford GT in Speed Yellow, led all auction sales at $277,000. Also, two other star cars of the show, a 1965 40th Anniversary Shelby Cobra sold for $80,000 and a 2015 Shelby Mustang GT350 sold for $63,000 — proceeds from both going to Wounded Warrior Project.

Here are some of the classics we saw at Fall Carlisle.


Swap Meet

You can always count on a huge swap meet at Carlisle. So, put on your walking shoes, and let’s get started.


Barn Finds/Survivors

Some people enjoy the hunt of finding barn finds, and others just take pride in having a classic that’s a survivor. This year’s Fall Carlisle show featured several hidden gems that were looking for new owners and a little TLC.