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Old 05-05-2003, 03:18 PM   #1
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Default Carlisle Custom Compact Nationals is no more after this year!!!

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Carlisle Productions is eliminating the Carlisle Custom Compact Nationals car show from its annual schedule.

A press release issued this morning said Chief Executive Officer John Detrick is to announce the decision today .

Aarea law enforcement personnel and municipal officials have been invited to the press conference in the Wilson Room of the Comfort Suites Carlisle in the first block of South Hanover Street.

No other statements were permitted to be made in advance by Carlisle Productions staff, the press release said.

The third annual event rolled into town Friday and, by the time the more than 40,000 showgoers left Sunday, police issued hundreds of traffic citations, made several arrests and responded to calls that ranged from street racing, public nudity, underage drinking and an altercation that involved a gun.

"This is really the only car show we have a problem with," Middlesex Police Chief Barry Sherman said this morning. He said his officers didn't respond to a single incident stemming from the 2003 Spring Carlisle show that ran from April 23-27.

Middlesex Township had 13 officers working 12-hours shifts from Friday till Sunday morning, Sherman said.

They issued 52 citations for underage drinking, seven citations for public drunkenness, 22 citations for having an open container, seven citations for disorderly conduct and wrote up 178 traffic violations, he said.

His officers were assisted by 14 deputies from the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office and seven state police officers.

Carlisle Borough and North Middleton Township authorities also responded to car show-related incidents over the weekend.

When Middlesex officers responded to one incident at a township motel early Sunday morning, someone apparently jumped on the hood of the police cruiser, denting the hood, Sherman said. He plans to review surveillance tapes today to try to identify the perpetrator.

"They're drunk," the chief said in explaining the disorderly behavior of the visitors, whose ages typically are 17 to 22.

When police raided motel rooms this weekend, he said, they found kegs of beer, bathtubs filled with ice, beer cans and beer bottles. Sherman said some visitors set off fire extinguishers in hotel hallways and destroyed motel and hotel property.

"Quite frankly, if I never heard of this car show again, I'd be happy," he said.

Nudity common

Police also responded to calls about women "flashing" truck drivers along Route 11 and found women running nude around motel and hotels.

On Saturday the show had a Mardi Gras-type atmosphere, as men offered women beaded necklaces if the women flashed their breasts or private parts. The activity started inside the show and continued outside the fairgrounds as patrons were leaving.

"This isn't Mardi Gras and I don't think this is a community that needs Mardi Gras-type activity," Mayor Kirk Wilson said this morning.

He said he would not attending today's press conference, but someone from borough council would be there to participate.

Sonia Friscia, who lives in the 1300 block of North Pitt Street, was happy to hear the news this morning.

"Good; I hope they eliminate all of (the car shows)," she said.

Pleased with decision

North Middleton Township Police Chief Jeffrey Rudolph commended Carlisle Productions for canceling the show.

"They gave the showgoers a second chance, so to speak, and they didn't act accordingly," he said.

He and other law enforcement officials had criticized the behavior of this show's attendees in prior years.



Hmm..let me guess..probably because there was a MANHUNT for some asswipe who beat up a security guard.....and numerous other problems. Oh well.....it sucks but can you blame Carlisle?

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Old 05-05-2003, 03:21 PM   #2
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yeah and the bottle fight they had, we got tape of someone getting smacked in the side of the face with a beer bottle

beer and cars don't mix well
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Old 05-05-2003, 03:25 PM   #3
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I dont see how they can do this? I was talking to the one guy and this show is there biggest money maker.......... You figure about what 3500 cars? times that by at least 40 bucks $$$$. The cops alone from last year made more then 36.000 dollars in fines and such. This show brings in so much money for them. I am sure there is a way to Petition this.............


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Old 05-05-2003, 03:30 PM   #4
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Yeah they might petition this, but how many people do you think will sue Carlisle for all the stuff that happened. Then they just lose money just they just earned. It probably isn't worth it after all.
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Old 05-05-2003, 03:35 PM   #5
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The cops there are F'ing jackasses.

They pull people over for such small things.
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Old 05-05-2003, 03:42 PM   #6
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I dont know about everyone else but I had a great time. I stayed at the Holiday Inn in Mechanicsburg and Club One was awesome. I danced with the hottest blond for hours.... Very many other hotties at the club and most of the guys were douschebags so it was easy.

As the club was letting out, a fight broke out in the parking lot and of course my drunk self has to jump in and get involved.... The cops came and I didnt have anything to do with it after I saw them.

Then we went to a hoagie shop at 3am and I got the cops called on me for "disruptive behavior" and 2 cops questioned me for 15 minutes as I was about to leave this damn place. Then they questioned my buddy Paul who was driving and I was crapping my pants cause Paul had a little bit to drink that night also. We talked our way out of it and got in no trouble but it was pretty crazy if you ask me.

Too bad about there not being more. I looked forward to this show.
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Old 05-05-2003, 04:07 PM   #7
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Seems like par for the course for the Import scene.

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Old 05-05-2003, 04:49 PM   #8
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Yup, on the way home, I was pulled over on the Turnpike for absolutely no reason by an unmarked AND a marked car. I wasn't speeding, and he knew that I knew he was an unmarked. He pulled me over, and the dialogue went like this:

HP: What's that you've got in your ear?
Me: It's the handsfree headset for my cellular telephone.
HP: Are those legal to use in the State of Pennsylvania?
Me: I don't know, but I think so.
HP: Oh, I see you've got a radar detector too. Are those legal to use in the State of Pennsylvania?
Me: I don't know, but I think so. I bought it in the State of Pennsylvania at Best Buy, so I assume so.
HP: What do you need that for anyway?

I just chuckle at this point, and say, "well. . ."

HP: Yeah, it looks like that might be a windshield obstruction. Do you have your driver's license?

I give him my driver's license, and he goes to his car, and runs my license and comes back to tell me that everything "checks out" (duh, obviously), and then starts to BS with me about my car/what mods I have. Then he tells me to have a nice day and drive safely back home.

Kinda stinks that people get pulled over for no reason at all. I KNOW I'm not the only one. I saw 10 HP cruisers going to Carlisle and back from Pittsburgh. I've made the Carlisle trip twice in the last two months, and saw 1 cruiser totally. It is the second time I've EVER been pulled over in 10 years of driving. The fact that there were 2 cars that pulled me over with lights blazing made it even more embarrassing. I guess when he found out that I was 26 years old and not 16, he couldn't with me too much. . .
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Old 05-05-2003, 07:40 PM   #9
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Unfortunately I agree. I never understood why guys need to show off by doing burn outs or driving fast when at a show or a race. I mean, who in the world are you impressing, there's THOUSANDS of other cars that can go just as fast or do just as good of a burn out as you all over the place. I'll never understand it. My friend and I were discussing how it must suck for the locals to have to put up with all the retards when the car shows come into town. We actually saw an idiot make a U-turn, couldn't make it all in one shot, so they drove into and across someone's yard! And guys driving through town with their stereo's blairing For what? I mean, I guess it's possible every single person down there and the residents who live there have a desire to hear just that song, and are just longing for someone to drive by their house with it shaking the moldings off their car, but I doubt it. If you like loud music, couldn't you have listened to it as loud as you want during the ride there on the interstate?

I'm not saying it's only import guys, because anytime you get a a group of car or truck guys together, you have a few idiots being goofs, but let's face it, for the most part, maturity comes with age, and the vast majority of import enthusiasts are young, so we're always going to have to deal with this. It's no different then kids back in the 50's and 60's with their hot rods and muscle cars really. I know there are a bunch of older immature guys as well, but you're kidding yourself if you don't think most of the nonsense if from the younger crowd.

And the girls flashing guys...real classy. I bet their parents are proud And I feel especially bad for the guys that get excited over these chicks, acting like it's the first time they ever saw a set in the flesh( of course, maybe it is )

The car show kicked ass, but if it's as bad as people were saying it was, I can't blame them one bit for axing it. Just my opinion

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Unfortunately I agree. I never understood why guys need to show off by doing burn outs or driving fast when at a show or a race. I mean, who in the world are you impressing, there's THOUSANDS of other cars that can go just as fast or do just as good of a burn out as you all over the place. I'll never understand it. My friend and I were discussing how it must suck for the locals to have to put up with all the retards when the car shows come into town. We actually saw an idiot make a U-turn, couldn't make it all in one shot, so they drove into and across someone's yard! And guys driving through town with their stereo's blairing For what? I mean, I guess it's possible every single person down there and the residents who live there have a desire to hear just that song, and are just longing for someone to drive by their house with it shaking the moldings off their car, but I doubt it. If you like loud music, couldn't you have listened to it as loud as you want during the ride there on the interstate?

I'm not saying it's only import guys, because anytime you get a a group of car or truck guys together, you have a few idiots being goofs, but let's face it, for the most part, maturity comes with age, and the vast majority of import enthusiasts are young, so we're always going to have to deal with this. It's no different then kids back in the 50's and 60's with their hot rods and muscle cars really. I know there are a bunch of older immature guys as well, but you're kidding yourself if you don't think most of the nonsense if from the younger crowd.

And the girls flashing guys...real classy. I bet their parents are proud And I feel especially bad for the guys that get excited over these chicks, acting like it's the first time they ever saw a set in the flesh( of course, maybe it is )

The car show kicked ass, but if it's as bad as people were saying it was, I can't blame them one bit for axing it. Just my opinion

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I soooo agree dood...its a shame tho.... where were you guys at down there???? didnt see you
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Old 05-05-2003, 09:30 PM   #11
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Kevin, we planned on being there as a vendor, but thanks to SOA, our demo car did not arrive on time and we didn't really want to go down without our car, so me and another guy from the dealership just went down to see the show and hand out some Subaru goodies(posters, stickers, WRC review books, etc.). We'll be at STPR with it though and a slight possibility the Import Wars at Hersey.

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I might be at STPR ....but most DEFINITELY at Import Wars.....

Import Wars should be almost to the scale of Carlisle so if i were you...Id seriously think about going to it!! It should be great...and i see it gettin bigger next year cause Carlisle is gone..

hmmm...maybe carlisles just shifting to Hershey now..LOL anyways..see u around then..ill be on the lookout!

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Old 05-06-2003, 12:23 AM   #13
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i wouldn't miss carlisle one bit if it went away. It's the same cars every year only the people get ruder and ruder.
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Old 05-06-2003, 07:10 PM   #14
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Who's the jackass? Hmmm...punks come into town and disrupt the people who live there and pay taxes there and have to clean up when the kiddies leave town. And the cops are the jackasses? Hmmm...

Who has the illegal tint? Must be the jackass cops. Who has the illegally loud exhaust? Must be the jackass cops. Who has to stereo turned up waaayy to loud? Must be the jackass cops. Who's doing the underage drinking? Must be those cops again.

I like a loud exhaust and tint just as much as the next guy, but lets not displace who is at fault here. The law is the law, you don't have to agree with it, but you do have to pay if you break it. If you don't like the laws then you need to petition your local state rep and have it changed.

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I personally am all about the burnouts!
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It was definatly out of control in that town. I saw some of those acts including that guy jumping on the cop car(it was pretty funny)
I think they gotta put up with it once a year, they get soooo much $$$$$. They should deal with it. That town's economy and police funding is based on idiots at car shows getting in trouble. What do they expect?
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It was definatly out of control in that town. I saw some of those acts including that guy jumping on the cop car(it was pretty funny) I think they gotta put up with it once a year, they get soooo much $$$$$. They should deal with it. That town's economy and police funding is based on idiots at car shows getting in trouble. What do they expect?
They don't have to put up with anything. So another words if these hooligans jump all over your car's hood and tear up your neighborhood and you have to pay for it you should just deal with it? Like it's the cops job to babysit? I'm pretty sure they have better things to do.
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They don't have to put up with anything. So another words if these hooligans jump all over your car's hood and tear up your neighborhood and you have to pay for it you should just deal with it? Like it's the cops job to babysit? I'm pretty sure they have better things to do.
give me 50,000 and all they do is break 20000 worth of stuff

yeah i'm all for that
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it's those jackass cops (few) who gave my friend a ticket for CLEAR Corners. just a measly 109 dollor one. pocket change. And another ass hole cop who gave my friend careless driving because me and my other friend didn't know where the hotel was so we pulled off the road and left him by so he could lead. That one was a 3 pointer and just two hundred dollor one.

I was scared to even drive at all that weekend. I could look at a cop and he would give me a ticket.

I did talk to a cool detective who just wanted to go home and have some beers.

I'm sure you have alot of cops trying to keep order. But when EVERY DAMN car is Illegal in one way or another and they just pick and point to give people a hard time. That is bull crap.

BTW, i don't see how all the bad ass stuff was going on when there were 6 cops to every block. I must of been in the wrong place.
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I know some of the problems stemmed from the bottle throwing, but I don't know since I left everyday around 3/4pm. I was leaving as the bikini contest was starting. You don't want to leave later than that or you run into mad traffic.
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They have to gauge the problems they had with the import show against the other shows they have. If I remember correctly from the corvette show draws about 14,000 cars. about 4 times as much as the import show, and they barely have a problem with that in the town. But the vette show, and most all their other shows draw an older crowd, which honestly, on the whole, is a lot more well behaved.
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This was the first (and last evidently) carlisle custom compact show i was able to go with and unfortunatly that person who jumped on the cops car was part of the caravan i rode down with.

Jabooo where you in the clarion hotel too? 500's?

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It was definatly out of control in that town. I saw some of those acts including that guy jumping on the cop car(it was pretty funny)
I think they gotta put up with it once a year, they get soooo much $$$$$. They should deal with it. That town's economy and police funding is based on idiots at car shows getting in trouble. What do they expect?
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i love the show, but it sux when people get out of hand and start doin stoopid s#%t . one of them was when i saw a blue wrx start doing doughnuts and came inches from hittin a silver rex . then some guy beat up a security gaurd and jumped the fence and ran and had a helicopter searching for him for a while, he must of got away. thats just plain stoopid
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Well I didn't make it out this year but I did attend the last 4 years. I have to say I blame the show promoters for a lot of the problems.

The first year I went it was half the size it had grown to in fact they ran the Import Replica car show at the same time. They allowed camping on site and as long as you had a show sticker you could enter and exit the fair grounds as you wished. The local SCCA chapter held an autocross nearby.

Some rowdy activity went on all night in the camp area. This started the show your T$$s and burnout tradition.

Other than that there were no ploice anywhere it was relativly calm.

The second year was kind of the same as the first but larger. Again not many police. They hold a burnout contest to try to control (without much luck) the random tire smoke plumes around the fair grounds.

The next year Instead of posting event staff in the camp area they ban camping at the fair grounds have a burnout contest and name the event show your tuners and have a band play with young girls performing sexual acts on stage. Later inviting some audiance members to join them beads were passed out to pursuade girls to lift their shirts.

Last year they had much of the same except police were everywhere and they closed all but on gate. Cars were not allowed to leave, they held thousands of cars for 3 hours or more. this led to gate breaks and destruction of property. Police were stopping everybody left and right. It was a joke.

Basically if it were such a problem why did they encourage sexual acts? Why did they not cap the entry field? Why did they ban camping forcing every one out into the town to party instead of a feild in the middle of nowhere? Why not place all the cops inside the fiar grounds enforcing drinking, burnouts, and improper conduct?

This show did not get a reputation as a lawless land to go crazy for no reason the promoters and the town itself did it. They made lots of money growning the show far beyond control and no they turnaround and blame the attendees for ruining a good thing?



I like the one quote in the article "I wish all the car shows went away" yeah ok then Carlisle's local economy will colapse she will be ouot of a job and carlisle will nothing more than an exit on the PA turnpike with a truckstop
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Again, I see more displacement of blame here. "It's not Johnnys fault he got drunk" The show promoter made him do it.... That's BS. BTW, if the show's went away in Carlisle, the local economy would be fine. The show's do bring money but Carlisle doesn't "need" the car shows.


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