Come be a part of Garage71’s Trailer Park, a one of a kind,Car and Bike Show. This is where One of a Kind Hand Crafted Trophies, built by local and national builders, will be awarded. This show is not for your average car show participant. We have nationally known builders as judges!!! Now announcing our new addition to the show, a Bicycle Class!!!!
Our one of a kind show takes an approach that looks at builds from an artist view and mechanical view. Those who spend time on building, fabricating and creating their own rides are more successful in our show! We want to see your ride come to life…
“We Drive What We Build, We Build What We Drive”
This year we will be awarding the Best of Show, $500 Cash, a feature in Grease Inc. magazine with award winning photographer, Scott Adams, and an invitation to set up at the Trailer Park set-up this year at Summit Racing’s Atlanta Motorama at the Atlanta Speedway this next April.
Judges for this year’s Car, Motorcycle and Bicycle Show are:
- Ed Wallace of Ed Sled Kustomz
- Nick Skarzenski of Rusty Nuts Originals
- Moon Dog of the American Biker Lawyer, Murrin and Wallace Law Group
- Cody of Moko Madness
- Charlie “Pops” Tyre of Rusty Nuts Originals
REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 9AM – 4PM
$10 PER CAR, MOTORCYCLE OR BICYCLE
FILL OUT FORM
RECEIVE WINDOW PLAQUE (USE TAPE FOR HEADLIGHT ON MOTORCYCLES & HANDLEBARS ON BICYCLES)
EVERYONE SIGNED UP FOR THE CAR OR BIKE SHOW IS TO RECEIVE A HELL ON WHEELS STICKER
ALL CARS ARE TO PLACE HELL ON WHEELS STICKER ON WINDSHIELD
NO ONE NEEDS TO FILL IN CLASS (AWARDS ARE LISTED IN SIGN HOLDER)
DESIGNATED AREAS ARE FOR MC’S, BICYCLES AND CARS
USE MAP FOR DISCUSSED AREAS
ENSURE PLAQUES ARE CLEARLY DISPLAYED
MOTORCYCLE – MARKED FLAT AREAS
BICYCLE – IN AREA FRONT OF STAGE ON DISPLAY
HOT RODS – MARKED AREAS
Car, Motorcycle and Vintage Bicycle Classes
10 Top of Show
Best Domestic MC
Best Import MC
Miller High Life Choice
Best of Show
Builder’s Trophy Trophy
Official Car and Bike Show Rules
REGISTRATION / ENTRY CARDS – All entries must be registered at the show table by the end of the registration/move-in time (10AM-4PM). The registration card must be filled out, placed on the dashboard, and visible to the judges. If the judging card is not visible, the entry will not be judged. The judges may change the classification of your vehicle to the appropriate class. (This is a classless show!)
ENTRY FEE – $10 Entry Fee
INFORMATION SHEETS – Although not required, we do recommend that each exhibitor provide the judges with an information sheet or book listing modifications made on vehicle (leave the book with your entry card or somewhere easily visible to the judges). This can also be accomplished through the use of “Notice” signs placed throughout the vehicle or display.
DISPLAY SETUP – All displays must be completed on the day of setup (as judging will occur that day…so if you move-in on Saturday, you will be judged on Saturday, etc.) either before the opening of the show / end of setup or three hours after receiving a spot (whichever comes first) to be eligible for any display points. Intricate displays will
be allowed extra time in some cases. Displays larger than a standard 10×10 space may be subject to an additional charge (depending on venue and space availability). People requesting additional space must have an appropriate display for the space.
DISPLAY GUIDELINES – Exhibitor displays are meant to enhance the appearance of that entry and protect the entry from the general public. That is the sole purpose of the display. Displays used for other means may be removed (this is at the discretion of the judges). This means NO loud music is allowed from the exhibitor’s display. Any display with objectionable music, videos, art, or other media is not permitted and will be removed from the show. The promoter reserves the right to determine what is considered objectionable. The promoter reserves the right to remove “promotional” items within a display area or charge the associated booth/vendor fees.
ELECTRICITY – There will be NO electricity provided for displays. There will be NO generators allowed for display due to city ordinance.
BODY PARTS / MODIFICATIONS –Ability to function properly will be strongly considered when scoring exhibitors body parts and modifications, this includes the alignment of the parts when the parts are in a closed position.
END OF SHOW – Displays may not be torn down until the end of the trophy presentation(6PM). Starting the engine, moving vehicle, or operating the hydraulic/airbag systems is strictly forbidden until after the general public
has cleared the area. This safety rule will be enforced to protect the audience and children. Violators will be disqualified, possibly receive a citation from the fire marshal, and/or possibly banned from future events.
OPERABILITY-All “Best of Show” vehicles must be operable. Some one may protest the operability of a vehicle with $250 challenge fee. The challenged exhibitor must start and operate his vehicle within thirty minutes. If the challenged vehicle is able to fulfill the requirements, the challenger looses. Then, the person who was challenged takes the$250 challenge fee. If the challenged is unable to fulfill the requirements, the challenger wins. In this case, the challenger keeps the $250 and the challenged is disqualified from “Best of Show” categories.
DISQUALIFICATION/ REMOVAL–Any exhibitor who fails to follow the written rules and regulations or verbal instruction from the event staff is subject to disqualification and removal from the event. This also includes
un-sportsman like behavior, excessive profanity, or anything else deemed inappropriate by the event staff.
SCORE SHEETS – Score sheets will not be given out or shown after the show. Judges will answer questions exhibitors may have, but inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated.
FINAL SAY– Event staff / promoters reserve the right to alter or modify the rules listed to enhance the event.