Chryslers at Carlisle 2019

Jeff Miklas sent this series of photos

Gloria Moon writes:
We had the usual folks there except Pete and Anne Fitch, our famous leaders missed this year.  Three new people joined the club and one maybe.  George Zuk took the top 1st place award with his black G coupe.  We may be seeing a video of it at some time.  Tony Rinaldi with sidekick Thom brought the F convert and took 2nd place.   Jeff & Dee Miklas brought the Gauguin red 300C convertible and received a Celebrity pick by Keith Jarvis, Chrysler 300M Enthusiasts Club.  Mark Yingling drove his 300L 4-speed, looking better every year.  He earned a Celebrity pick from Marco DeCesaris, American Race Performance Museum.  John and Madeline Plosila’s 300K convertible also received a Celebrity Pick from Dave Rockwell Ramchargers.  Mark Christian brought his unrestored black 300G with 888 black interior and original spare tire - something to see. Dave Dumais was there prowling for 4 speed K parts. Club Member Vendors Murray Park, Bob Baker and Dave Mihalko Jr. were selling their products.
Charlie Valentine brought his red 62 Sport, Marilyn.   Allan & Gloria Moon came in his just-bought 62 Sport. Tom Cox dropped in with his Hellcat and talk about the spring 2020 meet.  Ralph Rhees and Jim Rockey made the long trek from the mid-west. Jamie Hyde, the unofficial club ambassador was all over the field.  Troy & Connie McKenzie dropped by the tent.  Dave Clelland and John Begian dropped in, went parts hunting and came back.  Lynn Nelson came to pay his dues renewal and gab a while.  We missed some like John Nowosacki.  We did meander down to have a look at Mike McCandless' bunch of unusual 300s. #1001 and a manual 300D were two of the rare ones.  

BB1 888 300G.

Mark Christian

300C d'Miklas

300F by Rinaldi

300 G by George

300 K by John Plosila

300 L with a four

300 Sport with Moons

300 Sport Valentine

The crew

300 number one

300 D Norm Thatcher