Carlisle, Pennsylvania, is synonymous for Mopar and deservedly so, but for certified Chevaholics the annual GM Nationals brings together some of the greatest Chevy racers as well as a lot of really nice looking vintage Chevy iron.

Max Chevy staff photographer Todd Dziadosz sent us these photos of the Bowtie Brigade that was part of the 2011 Carlisle GM Nationals.
Although Bruce Larson is best known for racing nitro Funny Cars with (ugh) Hemi engines, in the early years of his career he did drive a few Chevy bodied AA Funny Cars. At Carlisle he was trusted to drive the historic Dave Strickler “Old Reliable IV” Z-11 in exhibition and from the looks of the car on the launch Larson drove the iconic Super Stocker Chevy pretty hard.
The legendary Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins was on hand at Carlisle to autograph some items. C’mon, Bill, smile for the camera!
The Camaro brand was well represented at the event. These two were just a few of the many, many pristine Camaros from the 1967-69 year models that were on display. Camaro owners spent a lot of time cleaning and polishing the classic Chevys.