The 40th Annual Rod & Custom Show is this weekend at the Bend XPO center, and Premier Metal Art has the opportunity of a lifetime for one lucky kid.

Stop by their booth this Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (January 13-15) at the car show, have your kid draw up anything they want - car related or not - and one lucky contestant will be picked to be turned into one of Premier Metal Art's awesome custom multi-layer metal signs.

Last year, a young guy named Blake had his drawing of Pikachu turned into a multi-layer metal sign - which will last a lifetime.

It's crazy to see your art come alive, and Blake was no exception.

Blake Premier Metal Art

The Rod & Custom Show is returning to the Quad Cities for 2023. This year marks the show's 40th anniversary, and we can't thank you enough for your help getting us there.

Come out to the Bend XPO Center in East Moline January 13-15 for a weekend of car show and family fun.

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See one-of-a-kind customs, tricked-out bikes, vendors, demos, and all of your other favorite car show staples.

-Pinup Contest
-Signing Session For The Dwyer & Michaels Classic Car Calendar
-Pinstriping Panel Jams
-Tire Changing Competition
and MORE.

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-Friday, January 13, 1-8 pm
-Saturday, January 14,10 am-8 pm
-Sunday, January 15, 10 am-3 pm

The Rod and Custom Auto Show is brought to you by Weber Auto Group.

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