Dress Your Car for Halloween
Ghostbusters ‘ECTO-1′ Car
This costume is perfect for crossovers and wagons. Pair your ‘Ghostbuster’ costume with a near authentic ECTO-1 to drive around on Halloween night. If you’d rather not stick things on your car, try buying one of our DuPont Tyvek covers to make a removable costume. Simply cover the car, and attach logos on the exterior.
- Ghostbusters Logo Decals
- Fake Ghost Hunting Materials (for roof)
- Fake phone number/movie quote removable decals
- Stuffed ‘Slimer’ to ride shotgun
- Optional: DuPont Tyvek White Car Cover
Looking for a fun and easy car costume? Just add vampire teeth! Create ‘car fangs’ using white foam paper or paper, attaching magnets on the back.
- White construction paper/foam paper
Old School Ghost
Here’s a fun, easy way to dress up your car for Halloween. Using our white DuPont Tyvek Empire car cover, simply cut out two ‘eye holes’ and drape over your car- when parked only! Do not attempt to drive with cover on car.
- Empire’s DuPont Tyvek Car Cover
If you’re looking for an elaborate costume, try Empire Covers Indoor Soft Stretch, available in red, to create a giant strawberry costume. Simply attach ‘seeds’ and a green stem to complete the look. Best part is that after Halloween, you can still use the cover!
- Black construction paper, cut into giant seeds
- Green felt to create stem top
- Indoor Soft Stretch Cover in Red
For a simple, funny costume, attach a giant mustache on the grill of your car. This can be accomplished with just some string or duct tape, with spray painted cardboard cut into a mustache. You can also order car mustaches online if you’d rather not DIY.
- String or duct tape to attach
- Spray paint, brown
- Large piece of cardboard
‘Mutt Cutts’ Car from Dumb and Dumber
If you truly want a one of a kind costume, and don’t mind the expense, the ‘Mutt Cutts’ car is the way to go. While creating a driveable costume would be difficult, try using one of our covers to achieve a driveway friendly look. Use our tan Titan Car Cover to drape over the car, then create a ‘dog face’ using a cardboard cut-out tongue, spray painted pink and nose, spray painted black. Use a permanent marker (do this before covering the car) to create whiskers. Cut out the windshield area for eyes, and add a yellow ‘Mutt Cutts’ sign to the side. This costume can be as elaborate or simple as you choose. If you want to reuse the cover, do not make any cuts or draw on it.
- Titan Car Cover
- Pink and black spray paint
- Cardboard cutouts, tongue and nose
Have you ever dressed up your car for Halloween?
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