Happening this weekend.
Carlisle, PA, is gearing up for a spectacular revelation at this year's Fall Carlisle, the golden jubilee of this iconic automotive extravaganza. Renowned for being the host to one of the world's largest automotive flea markets, featuring a car corral and a distinguished two-day collector car auction by Carlisle Auctions, this event marks a special day in the calendars of car enthusiasts globally.
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Held from September 27 to October 1 at the Carlisle PA Fairgrounds, the event’s fervor will reach its zenith on Saturday, September 30th, when a unique creation by Paul Teutul Jr. and his team from Paul Jr. Designs is set to be unveiled. The unveiling, scheduled at 11 a.m. at the Carlisle stage, promises to be a momentous occasion, marking the culmination of two years of meticulous craftsmanship and design.
Paul Teutul Jr., recognized for his association with "American Chopper," the early 2000's hit TV show on Discovery Channel, has continued to engrave his presence in American culture through his design company, Paul Jr. Designs. Famed for his innovative builds primarily focusing on motorcycles, this unveiling is especially anticipated, given it is sponsored by American Collectors Insurance.
Attendees will have the opportunity to witness the revelation of this latest automotive masterpiece, delve into the intricacies of its build with Teutul, and understand the inception of this project from representatives of American Collectors Insurance. Post the unveiling, enthusiasts will be treated to a free meet & greet session with Teutul until 2 p.m., where they can gain insights and share their admiration for his creation.
Adding to the excitement, guests are urged to capture moments with the newly unveiled car and partake in "The Spirit of an American Collector" hashtag contest, opening avenues to win merchandise autographed by Paul Teutul Jr.
Fall Carlisle has been a nexus for automotive aficionados, bringing together diverse facets of automobile culture. This year, the addition of Paul Teutul Jr.’s custom-built car elevates the event’s stature, blending in a heritage of design innovation and craftsmanship. It serves as a testament to Teutul's relentless pursuit of design perfection and his enduring impact on American automotive and motorcycle culture.
Enthusiasts and admirers are all set to converge at this grand event, marking their calendars to be part of an experience where automotive passion and design excellence amalgamate, unveiling a creation that embodies the spirit of American craftsmanship.