Show ‘n’ Shine



  • 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 for 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
  • 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.

Approved by committee August 2012