Car Show

Grand Rapids Comic-Con Car Show

The following vehicles will be displayed at the Grand Rapids Comic-Con in the vending area at the DeVos Place on November 11-13.  Each car owner may charge for photographs with their vehicle using your own camera, and proceeds will go the charities mentioned by each car.

Baby From “Supernatural”

Step into the world of monster hunting while posing with “Baby”, the Winchester brothers’ vehicle from the hit CW show “Supernatural”. This awesome replica was built from the ground-up from a 1967 Chevy Impala, and this beast of a muscle car has helped the brothers battle vampires, demons, monsters, and whatever else their encounters would bring them. Even the trunk is loaded with their usual array of weapons and gadgets designed to take on their supernatural foes! Make sure to take advantage of this rare opportunity and get a picture with this awesome piece of pop culture!

The Original Mystery Machine

Jinkies, gang! This is about as original of a copy of the “Mystery Machine” as you will ever see, as this version is restored from the original van that Hanna-Barbera used to promote the original “Scooby Doo, Where Are You?” animated show at county fairs and festivals back in the summer of 1969. Robbin Terry is now the new owner after the vehicle served a stint as a regular display at the world famous Volo Auto Museum! Truly a piece of automotive and pop culture history. Get a picture with the vehicle for a donation to the Lost Limbs Foundation.

Coffin Car

Herman Munster would be proud to drive this around town! The perfect car for Halloween, this “Reapers Ride” Coffin Car was hand built by Aaron Aikman and is displayed at shows when Death himself does not need to borrow these wheels when his car is in the shop. Make sure to get a  picture with this gem of automotive gruesomeness at the Grand Rapids Comic-Con! Photo opportunities will be made available with your own camera in exchange for donations to Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Mach V

Go go, Speed Racer! It’s the Mach V from the classic anime television show. Built by locals Doug and Valarie Saunders, this beautiful replica was hand crafted starting with the frame of a Corvette. The perfect ride for the fan of classic anime! Photo opportunities are available with with your own camera.

Ghostbusters Ecto-1

Ghostbusters booth. “If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? “The Great Lakes Ghostbuster Coalition”! They will arrive in their version of an Ecto-1: one of many  Ghostbusters tribute cars that are seen throughout Michigan. These vehicles serve our local spectre-chasing heroes in their quest to capture all malevolent spirits, and one will be providing an awesome photo op! You can find the Ghostbusters online here for all your spirit-filled needs.

Jurassic Park Jeep

jurassic park vehicleFirst comes the oooing and the awwing, then the running and the screaming…well maybe just the admiring noises directed at this marvelous rendition of a Jeep from the dinosaur classic Jurassic Park. Built by Matthew Scheltema, this is the perfect vehicle to use to escape a herd of Velociraptors or pose with a group of buddies for an amazing photo op. Make sure to check out the Jurassic Park Jeep at the Grand Rapids Comic-Con!