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It’s Auto Mania at the Allentown Fairgrounds


Swap meet shoppers viewing items for sale | Carlisle Events photos

Auto Mania, Pennsylvania’s largest indoor –- and heated –- swap meet took place January 20-22 at the Allentown fairgrounds and featured automotive pieces, collectible items, and a farmer’s market.

Among items offered were vintage signs, an Amish prayer buggy, traffic lights, emblems, body kits, shirts, banners, and while the event did not have a car corral, vendors brought classic cars to sell. Some sold all of their inventory and returned with more cars to sell before the event ended.

The next show organized by Carlisle Events will be the Winter AutoFest, February 23-25 in Lakeland, Florida. The show will include a swap meet, car corral, and a two-day collector car auction.

Photos by Carlisle Events 

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