Hey Everyone, name is Brian and I wanted to make my introduction and tell you a little about my product that I make. I am a powder coater with a passion for Fords, Mustangs, and anything else that is fast! I have always had a Mustang and love going to car shows, but one thing I’ve always seen is cheap and flimsy display stands. Usually it’s a little picture frame propped somewhere on the engine. Another common thing I see is those tripod A-frame displays that I watch people bump into knocking them over into the car, or worse yet, hit the car next to it! I have seen a gusts of wind take these kinds of displays out, causing damage to some pretty expensive vehicles. Some of these displays are so close to the ground that nobody can, or wants to read them. It was so frustrating that I couldn’t find a proper display stand for my own personal vehicle, that I made my own! When brain storming about a perfect stand, I wanted it to break down into pieces so it would fit into my trunk. It had to be light, but still sturdy enough to take a pretty hard hit and not damage my, or any one else’s vehicle. Lastly, the thing had to be tall enough that people would want to read it! I think my stand has a classy, industrial look that should addresses these issues and really makes your your custom car stand out in a crowd. The stand’s foundation begins by laying the baseplate down and driving the front tire of your car onto it. The other two pieces easily connect together and lock tight with a couple turns of some thumb screws on the back of the stand. The center pieces of these stands is a great place to display customizable vinyl, or CNC plasma cut artwork. CNC cut text and LED backlighting. The top of the display stand has a floating piece of acrylic that is lifted off of the metal with 3/16th” spacers and stainless steel button head screws with SS nylon locking nuts. There is also a hole in the metal plate to assist with installation/removal of the artwork. Awhile back I had a customer ask me about a design that would hold a book or photo album. I now include with every stand a removable 4" lip that optionally mounts to the top.