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A small engined, budget hatchback (for example a saxo 1.1 or clio) which is usually bought for under £1500 and then receives copious amounts of fibreglass and sound equipment, aswell as neons ,furry interiors, gullwing doors and so on, until £10000 upwards has been spent on said vehicle and it struggles to make it up a slight hill (as there is too much weight for the tiny engine to carry). At which point it can be displayed at a large "meeting" of like minded showcar owners and receive praise and a Macdonalds voucher as a prize.
person 1: why won't that car race me?

person2: dude, why would he race you in a showcar?
by Terence Sanderson February 06, 2008
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vwvortex's Mk3 forum defines a show car as one that has at least 3 of the following:
-Smoothed rocker panels
-Colormatched/Fully polished BBS RS wheels
-Pulled wheel arches
-A shaved/smoothed engine bay
-A cocky, self-promoting, and 'holier than thou' owner. (this quality is pretty much required)

If the car is at a show, but driven off site before being loaded onto a trailer, it is considered a daily driven show car. Also, if the owner insists that he doesn't lower it farther than it's normal height for shows, he does.
"Damn, look how low his car is! The painted lip is ABS plastic, and has no scrapes on the bottom of it. This must be a show car!"
by ellen degenerate November 01, 2006
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