With Halloween approaching, you might have started thinking about what you’re going to dress up as. Have you thought about getting your car in the spirit of the holiday as well? If you're feeling particularly creative, here are some Halloween costumes for your car that will be sure to get you some attention on the roads.
The Black Bat
The Black Bat is a great option that doesn’t involve a lot of money or time. It’s pretty simple. All you need to do is find a giant bat nose (similar to a clown nose) and put it on the front of the car. Also, create bat wings that can easily be clipped onto the windows. It might not be the most fashionable batmobile in history, but it will undoubtedly set you apart from other vehicles that didn’t have the passion for getting all spiffed up!
For the occasion.
If your budget is tight, spiderwebs could be the perfect option to get your automobile in the spirit of Halloween. Not only are spiderwebs incredibly cheap, but they can also be found all over the place. If you prefer to get your webs online, Amazon has stretchable spider webs that are less than one dollar a pack. Once you’re armed with webs, don’t be shy! Throw those webs all over the car to give it some spooky flair. Just be mindful to keep webs off the windshield and avoid anywhere that would obstruct your line of site.
If you visit hallowwenspirit.com, you’ll find a creepy hanging bloody zombie torso and some appendages to put in your vehicle in the Halloween mood. There are endless possibilities with these gruesome accessories. You’re sure to make an impression at red lights with a bloody zombie sitting shotgun. If you’re feeling particularly sassy, tie that zombie to the grill of your car. Of course, fake blood would drive the point own. (If this is too cryptic, it’s best to stick to the spider webs!)
Bring back Herbie
Turn your ride into one of the most beloved cars in movie history. This Herbie gets up obviously works best if you own a Volkswagen Beetle. However, you can still make it happen with another car. Adding a red, white, and blue racing stripe and the 53 racing number is all it entails. It’s easy to do, and the stripes are easy to take off after the Halloween.
For more Halloween costume ideas for your car or if you have any auto repair inquiries, reach out to the team at AutoPro Auto Service. To schedule an appointment, contact us. We are located at 7901 W. River Road in Brooklyn Park, MN.