There are many different ways to display a car, be it at an organized show, an impromptu informal gathering or something in between. One could simply pop the hood to show off the engine, but some people like to go the extra mile. These people add things like information placards, trophies and awards the vehicle has won and, in the case of some super detailed show cars, raise them off the ground and place mirrors underneath to make it easy for observers to check out the spotless chromed and powdercoated undercarriage.
Then there are these young men from the town of Abha, Saudi Arabia. Apparently one of them one day started piling bricks, rocks and what have you not only under his car, but also around the tires and inside the wheel wells. The result was a vehicle that appears to be in a stony state of suspended animation and, as you can see, this bizarre, labor-intensive idea has really taken off.