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180 MEGA Image Gallery! Coverage of the 2016 GM Nationals!

Hundreds of Chevys converge on Pennsylvania for the annual event.

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Since 2001 one of the biggest GM-centric car shows in the country has been the GM Nationals in Carlisle Pennsylvania. That’s 15 years of Chevy, Buicks, Oldsmobiles, Pontiacs, and everything GM getting together for one hell of an automotive party. The weekend offered up great weather and a chance for friends from all over the country to reconnect and enjoy their common love of General Motors rides. Over 100 years of cars were represented across the fairgrounds, which meant there was something for everyone.

In addition to the over 1,000 cars on display the weekend event featured a huge swap meet with more than 1,400 vendor spots. There was also entertainment for the estimated 25,000 plus spectators that came to check out the action. For the car show there were over 80 different classes that each awarded a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place award. Additionally there were classes for trucks, street rods, and special awards for Best Of Show, Best Display, and Most Miles Traveled. We also checked out the Pin-Up Girl and burn out contests. Heck, they even had the first Camaro even built on display. A 1967 with the VIN number of N100001 stamped on the tag! In short there was a ton going on over the weekend. Check out this huge photo gallery of some of the best Chevys at the event. We’re pretty sure you’ll see something you like.

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