CNY Mopar Association - MOPAR Madness Show - June 30, 2024 - Syracuse


Sep 16, 2011
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Finger Lakes, NY
The Central New York Mopar Association will hold its annual Mopar Madness Show on June 30th at the Beautiful Longbranch Park in Liverpool NY. After a couple of rough years with the pandemic we will be back to a pre pandemic show. We will have 27 classes with trophies awarded to 1st and 2nd places in each class along with 5 specialty awards plus Best of show. We will be having a parts vendor's section Vendor registration is $25.00, a car corral for Mopars for sale registration is $20.00 and a Fun Field where there is no class for people who just want to park with friends and enjoy the day, Note this is not a judged class. 4 Food vendors will be on hand all day. This is a participant judged show, judging starts at noon to 1:00. Awards will be given out at 3:00. Please note this is a Mopar car only show, all cars must be Mopars including engine and drive line. Gates open at 8:00 am, First 150 cars will receive a dash plaque. Show Cars $15 Spectator Admission is $5.00 all spectator proceeds are donated to the Burn Foundation of CNY. Children under 12 years old are free This is a rain or shine show Hope to see you there. For directions got to or e-mail club
Hello Ron / Aquaman and family ,
It is nice to hear that show are coming back !!!

Too far for me to go to do a one - day show , as you know that I am medically challenged—- but I hope that everyone that comes has a good time….

Certainly, they are doing the right thing with only a $ 15 car admission fee —- and a $ 5 spectator admission fee….

Let me know how it goes —- and post some pictures in here, if you can……

Yours, Craig…..
Always a good show at Longbranch.
Got trees for shade and down by the water.
Cant make it this year but there is always next year!
I was going to go... We attended a wedding on Saturday night and didn't get home until 3AM. With not enough sleep, rain (at my house) and just to make it even better, a migraine. I thought about going to spectate, but it was not to be.