CAD #15 Was Another Perfect Day, Thanks to You!

Every August, CJ's invites all of our loyal customers out to our campus in Harrisburg, PA to join us for one of the biggest car shows in the area. Like the years preceding it, CJ's 15th annual Customer Appreciation Day didn't disappoint, with more than 500 Mustangs, Focuses, Fiestas, F-150s and Broncos on the property and another $20,000 donation to The Four Diamonds Fund.

CJ Pony Parts' Teams Raise Money For Hope For The Warriors in the Rally Smoky Mountain 2015!

Post Rally Depression: It’s very real. As I sit here typing this, it has been a week since I had to get up way too early, after staying up way too late, to go hunting for random checkpoints that I have to figure out with very vague clues. And I want to do it again. Right now, please.

Organ Donation in the United States Infographic

For those of you who are still on the fence about becoming a donor, we have addressed the common myths surrounding organ donation and transplantation in case these inaccuracies were the reason behind your concern.

Are you ready for Customer Appreciation Day 2015?

For the last 15 years, CJ's has been throwing a huge car show every August. Since it's all about you, our loyal customers, we call it Customer Appreciation Day. And this year, we're celebrating CAD's 15th anniversary, so it's going to be bigger than ever! 

Make-A-Wish Child, Caleb, Visits CJs!

Within the last few weeks, many in the local Mustang community have had the opportunity to meet Caleb, who is a three year old Make-A-Wish child from our local area. Caleb’s been fighting heart problems since before he was born, but he’s developed a true passion for Mustangs. With that passion growing, we had to have him out to visit CJ’s, so we could give him a special Mustang experience for his upcoming 4th birthday. 

boss 429 mustang

Rare is a word that’s thrown around often in classic sports car circles, but one of the truly limited-production sports cars out there is the legendary Boss 429 Mustang Fastback. Its impact on the history of the pony car is inversely proportional to the number of models produced. The mark it left on the automotive landscape — despite being produced in only 859 units — is impressive.

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