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How to Display My Car for Car Shows

9 December 2010 One Comment

Make your car display stand out at the car show.
This is what attracts people to your car-your car display! People come from all around the city, or out of town, to see impressive restored cars, usually based on a particular theme. In a car show, you have the perfect opportunity to show off your hard work and, hopefully, win a prize. I think that is what everyone wants-a trophy or some cash! If you want to make your car really stand out at the next car show, you can create a unique and appealing display to help accent and showcase your car.

Here are some tips:
1. Create a colourful display sign with time-line images-include images that were taken throughout the restoration and rebuilding process of your car.
2. Also take the displaying of your trophies (if you have any) in consideration. Display it in a way so that people can still see the modifications done to your car.
3. You can elevate the front end of your car on a secure stand. I’ve seen guys do this at the rear as well.The raised position makes your car more noticeable than the competing vehicles and allows visitors to see restored parts underneath the car.
4. Set up colourful spotlights around your car display especially when your car is sprayed with a pearl or flipped colour. The eye-catching lights help attract more visitors to your display area.
5. Some guys make use of a smoke machine. I even see guys use themes such as a “cemetery”-blood spills and grave tombs.
6. Try to stay away from flammable stuff, such as hay. This is one of the new rules at indoor show and shine events.
7. Lastly, if you can, use some models to pose at your car. Lol, I’ve seen this at the recent “Streetmod Custom Show” early this year and it worked perfectly for the owner.

Hope that I have given you some ideas on “How to Display your car at Car Shows”!?

Until next time, keep it clean and safe, God Bless…


One Comment »

  • Blair said:

    Very usefull tips JK, also what i have seen work is smoke machines, lasers anything to pull the crowd over to your display is going to help you in the long run.

    Iv also seen a trend with Show and Shine events in the USA where they actually take of the one front wheel to showcase there brakes.. but I suppose that depends on the brakes!


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