Halloween Costumes

Oct 27

With Halloween just days away, it seems to have creeped up on many people this year, leaving little time to find your perfect costume. If you’re looking for that last minute getup that will win you first prize in your costume contest, there is still time! The following car and car-related costumes, will be sure to be a big hit with all the ghosts and goblins!


Mater: Perhaps one of the most beloved characters from Disney’s Cars, this outfit is sure to make you the lift of the party! You’ll be sure to “Git-r-done!”

The infamous Optimus Prime or Bumblebee from Transformers: When you’re talking Transformers, it can be hard to pick who you want to be. After all, you could be a Decepticon or an Autobot! Personally, I’ve always been a fan of the good guys. Which is why I believe that either of these two costumes could kick butt no matter if you’re going trick-or-treating or out bobbing for apples!

General Lee from “The Dukes of Hazzard”: We all know and love Bo, Luke, and Daisy, but what about the beloved car that plays part of “Dixie?” If you’re looking to step out of the box and step up your game, being General Lee is sure to be a hit with the ladies!

DeLorean from Back to the Future: Get up to 88 miles per hour and get your costume ready! Not only is this car re-created all over the world by many fans, creating a costume of the DeLorean will get everyone to scream “Great Scott!” as you enter the room.

Costumes Related to Cars

Speed Racer: Anyone who is an aspiring champion and has a love for life in the fast lane will appreciate this costume decision. Bring a toy version of the Mach 5 (or, you know, a real one) and you are sure to make a statement at your Halloween outing!

A Speedway Racer: Perfect for any guy or girl, this costume may have been done before, but it’s a corwd favorite. So gear-up and race to the checkered flag!

Car Hop: Looking to be something timeless this Halloween? Then a car hop is the perfect outfit for you. Just make sure you can find the perfect pair of roller skates to make your outfit complete!

NASCAR Racer: Who doesn’t love a good NASCAR race? With nearly a hundred racers to choose from, such as Jeff Gordon or Jimmie Johnson, your options with this costume are endless!

The Geiko Gecko: Not something that everyone would think of off the top of their head, but being this lovable green fellow will not only get you a prize at a contest, but will also be a hit with the ladies. Just make sure you bring on your best accent!

Costumes For Your Car

Dressing up for Halloween doesn’t have to be limited to you, trick-or-treaters or other party-goers. Sometimes Halloween is about completing an outfit, which could end with your vehicle. If you’re going to be the designated driver on Halloween, make sure that your mode of transportation will fit in!

The Ectomobile: Who you gonna call? In this case, people will be calling on you to clear out all their ghosts this Halloween!

Grease Lightning from Grease: If you’re doing a couples costume and going as Danny and Sandy, this attire for your car is sure to pull everything together.

The Bandit from Smokey and the Bandit: Who doesn’t love the classics? This Trans Am from the 1977 film is sure to turn heads!

The Batmobile: Perhaps one of the most sought out vehicles, creating this monster of a car for your Halloween adventures will make everyone jealous as you cruise down the streets.


Photo Credit

Jack-O-Lantern Projection: Matthew Gordon

Batmobile: Zachi Evenor and MathKnight

One comment

  1. FREE entry, cash prizes, raise money for Kids In The Spotlight

    Welcome to our 2013 Halloween costume contest!

    The Haunted Knoll Awards are an annual Halloween costume contest, where you can submit pictures of your best costumes and win cash prizes, while helping a great cause!

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