Looking for someone to appear at your next car show? Here are a few people to check out.
Carshownationals.com works with these celebrities.
Promoters contact us here for booking information.
Mike at carshownationals.com or
call Mike at 763-458-0602>
Note: Some people on this site are supporters of our website and may not do appearances.
Take a look at the photoshoot we set up with Courtney Hansen: Photoshoot
Car Guys For United Way with Chip Foose and Barry Meguiar Sponsored by 3M
Jeff Allen, is the host of the top 5 iTunes Automotive and Rock-n-Roll Podcast Skidmarks Show, who also hosted for three seasons and 40 episodes of CNBC’s reality television show, The Car Chasers will be campaigning for #Pennzilla. He is no stranger to turning a car’s life around. While filming the Car Chasers, he found and rebuilt some of the most recognizable classic cars from Tim Allen’s Collection, as well as Hollywood cars from films such as “2Fast 2Furious”.
Source: IMDb Mini Biography By: E. Wilshire
Ed Golden (Golden Customs)
The road to sema.. We had to wait to drop the news..
We will be taking Dozer Daves fully custom f550 across the country to the one and only sema show….We will be making stops along the way and invite daves fans to see his truck before he does. We welcome who ever that would like to join us for our departure and meet us for parts of this trip or the whole way.
It is a honor to be part of this amazing show that really is the backbone to the whole aftermarket business. . Please share !
Golden Customs NY
Gillin Custom Design
RS Phillips Steel LLC
DeVilbiss Automotive Refinishing – International
Donna Lynn Ayers-Kessler
Dave Turin – Gold Rush Dozer Dave
Edward James Lafollette
Garrett Reynolds is our new camera man from galloping ghost studios… amazing talent and vision..
TV Show Coming Soon!
Industrial designer, automotive fabricator, innovator, trend setter, timepiece, luxury products expert, creator, actor, writer, producer and entrepreneur describes just part of Brad Fanshaw.
You know Jeff best from Rods ‘N Wheels airing on both Discovery and Velocity channels where he wrenches on classic American Iron with his buddies at Da Rod Shop.
Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster)
Attn Car Show promoters/car clubs!! I was just contacted by Leila Lilley, wife of Butch Patrick. They will be touring in Florida and southern states during the winter months from November 2017 through April 2018. They are interested in participating in local and statewide car shows and car related events. Butch Patrick is synonymous with pop-culture and cars. After all, he is best known for his character role as Eddie Munster on The Munsters. Butch continues the Munster’s legacy touring with the Munster Koach and Dragula Tribute Cars.
. Remember that The Munsters is a unique and multi-generational American classic show. Butch’s presence enhances any gathering. Promoters gain media attention by his visits; and fans get to see the awesome display and create a cherished memory.
Butch has a huge following of fans worldwide and his fan base on Facebook alone is over 50,000 strong!
Butch tours with his Munster Koach and Dragula Tribute Cars, original 1964 Barris/Von Dutch Chain Link Schwinn Stingray Bike, and other Munster props to include Munster Go-Cart, Baseball Bat, Wolf Wolf, Miniature Spot, and Street Signs All Inclusive Display.
FREE Media! Free media is a gimme. We provide media coverage of Butch Patrick’s appearance through local radio, television, local publications, and social media. Plus, his Munster Koach is street legal and can be driven to local radio or television stations for promotion of the event (weather and other conditions permitting). The Munster Koach is great for parades and interviews. Butch is also available for other reasonable media and press for events.
Short List and Example of Events that Butch and his Munster Tribute Cars have appeared at around the U.S. and internationally:
Car Dealerships, NSRA Shows, Motoramas, Hot Rod Rallies, Cruise Nights, and auto related events
Pop Culture Events
Collectible and Memorabilia Shows
Ghost and Paranormal Events
City, County, and State Festivals and Fairs
Proposal for Event
Munster Koach and Dragula Tribute Cars, original 1964 Barris/Von Dutch Chain Link Schwinn Stingray Bike, and other Munster props to include Munster Go-Cart, Baseball Bat, Miniature Spot, and Street Signs All Inclusive Display. **This requires 20′ X 30′ event space minimum for display. Hotel and/or event location will need to provide a secure parking space for 32′ trailer and pickup truck.
(Please note that we also have customized pricing packages available.)
Butch Patrick with Munster Koach and Dragula Tribute Cars Display
Travel/Fuel at $.70 per mile (with cars)
Hotel/lodging (Holiday Inn equivalent)
To book Butch Patrick for an event, please contact us at 863-899-4751 or via email to email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
Leila Lilley & Butch Patrick
Official Munsters Fan Group on FaceBook:
Sonny Shroyer was born in Valdosta, Georgia, a small city on the Georgia-Florida border. Shroyer, whose given name is Otis Burt Shroyer Jr., grew up steeped in the traditions of the deep South. He worked in the tobacco warehouses pushing tobacco buggies and helped his father in their fruit stand-ice cream parlor business. His prowess in high school football landed him a football scholarship at Florida State University (he later ended up playing football in the movie The Longest Yard (1974) with another FSU football player, Burt Reynolds). However, his football career was cut short by an injury, and Shroyer finished his education at the University of Georgia, where he earned his degree in business.
In 1961 he posed in football gear for a photographer who was shooting pictures for the back cover of the program for the Georgia-Georgia Tech football game. That picture launched his professional career. After many more print ads and commercials, Sonny landed his first movie roles in Sixteen (1973) with Mercedes McCambridge and Payday (1973) with Rip Torn. His movie career blossomed with many more films, including Gator (1976), The Lincoln Conspiracy (1977), The Million Dollar Dixie Deliverance (1978), Smokey and the Bandit (1977), They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (1978) and a TV miniseries, Freedom Road (1979). While working on “Freedom Road,” Shroyer, who had gained quite a reputation for playing a “bad guy”, was cast in the role of “Enos,” the big-grinned, bumbling, dipstick deputy of The Dukes of Hazzard (1979) television series. His popularity on the show prompted Warner Brothers and CBS to spin him off into his own series, Enos (1980). “Enos” ran 17 episodes and was nominated for two “Peoples Choice” awards, and for Shroyer as “Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Program.”
Shroyer remains active in a variety of television network appearances and feature films. Appearances of note have been in the Emmy-winning NBC hit television series I’ll Fly Away (1991), where he played bigoted, abusive father Bobby Slocum, and as a possessed ex-deputy sheriff in the television series American Gothic (1995). He has played a smooth-talking ladies man in a Love Boat: The Next Wave (1998) episode and a murderer-rapist in Today’s F.B.I. (1981). Additionally, his credits include television appearances as a disturbed parent on In the Heat of the Night (1988). He also played University of Alabama head coach Bear Bryant Paramount’s smash hit Forrest Gump (1994) with Tom Hanks.
Sonny makes numerous benefit appearances, helping out with projects such as the Los Angeles Special Olympics, Muscular Dystrophy, The Cystic Fibrosis Telethon, and the American Cancer Society. He also assisted the “Get High On Life, Not Drugs,” sponsored by the Boston Police Department, and recently made a film called “Methamphetamine: Terrorist Attack in South Georgia” produced by friend Bob Brabham. He recently completed a movie called A Tale About Bootlegging (2005), an independent comedy for the whole family. He plays a small town sheriff in the mountains of North Carolina.
When free from public appearances and film or television commitments, he returns to his hometown of Valdosta, where he lives with his wife, Paula.
Payday (1972) – Dabney
The Longest Yard (1974) – Tannen
Gator (1976) – 4th Agent
The Farmer (1977) – Corrigan
Roots (1977, TV Mini-Series) – Seaman Thompson (uncredited)
Smokey and the Bandit (1977) – Motorcycle cop (uncredited)
The Lincoln Conspiracy (1977) – Lewis Paine
The Million Dollar Dixie Deliverance (1978, TV Movie) – Luke
King (1978, TV Mini-Series) – Police Officer preventing King from visiting an injured friend (uncredited)
They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (1978) – Carlie
The Dukes of Hazzard (1979-1985, TV Series) – Enos Strate
The Devil and Max Devlin (1981) – Big Billy Hunniker
Enos (1980-1981, TV Series) – Enos Strate
In the Heat of the Night (1990, TV Series) – Emory Tanner
Love Crimes (1992) – Plainclothes Cop #1
In The Heat of the Night (1993, TV Series) – Dwight Foster
Forrest Gump (1994) – Bear Bryant
Bastard Out of Carolina (1996) – Sheriff
The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion! (1997, TV Movie) – Enos Strate
Wild America (1997) – Bud
Paradise Falls (1997) – Bert Kyler
The Rainmaker (1997) – Delbert Birdsong
The Gingerbread Man (1998) – Chatham County Sheriff
Freedom Song (2000, TV Movie) – Police Chief
The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood (2000, TV Movie) – Enos Strate
Diggity’s Treasure (2001) – Otis Cane
A Love Song for Bobby Long (2004) – Earl
Ray (2004) – Gov. Jimmie Davis (uncredited)
A Tale About Bootlegging (2005) – Sheriff Ed Cooper
The Hole in Willie’s Guitar (2005, Memarie Music Video) – Sheriff
The Price (2008) – Ghost of Matthew Goldyn
Opening Day (2009) – Ray Hampton
The Way Home (2010) – Ed Walker
Unconditional (2012) – Pauly
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Book Sonny “Enos” Shroyer from
The Dukes of Hazzard
at Your Next Event!