Car display rules


This draft is the type of rules being considered by the committee, but they have not yet been approved (Webmaster – July 2011)


There will be a minimum of three car display events held annually which will be open to all categories of cars.


Entrants must be the registered owner or regular driver of any vehicle entered .

Entrants must be financial members of AROCA SA  at the time of any event entered to qualify for event awards or annual trophies.

More than one car may be entered by any entrant in an event.

Entrants need not show the same vehicle in a given category in successive events during any year.

Entrants can not include any particular car in more than one category during any one year.


The judges reserve the right to place vehicles in the correct category and their decision is final.

Judging of cars will be based on the scoring system approved by the committee.


First, second and third places will be awarded for each category in each event, and for annual awards, provided there are sufficient entrants.

The places for annual awards will be the sum of all event scores any given car.

Annual awards include the following trophies:

Philippe Reeves Annual Exhibition Trophy – for the highest points score in any category

Tony Breuer Memorial Award – for the highest points score in Concourso 

Car Torque Show n Shine Award – for the highest points score in Show n Shine

Turin Imports Club Car at Show Award for the the highest points score in any category at Alfas in Clover



Original and fully restored vehicles.

Scoring based  on appearance, condition and cleanliness.

Deductions are determined by degree of originality i.e. the greater the originality  the less the deduction.

Additionally new vehicles will incur a deduction of 30% up to one year of age, 20% up to two years of age and 10% up to three years of age from first registration.


Modified vehicles predominantly street driven.

Scoring based on of appearance, condition and cleanliness.


Vehicles considered unsuitable for Concours or Show n Shine, and  designed to reward the owner for the effort made toward presentation, not the condition of the vehicle.

Scoring based on preparation and cleanliness.


Vehicles predominantly used for motor sport.

Scoring based on appearance, condition and cleanliness.