Review of Cardboard Car Food Box Centerpieces from Nostalgiaville USA

At Nostalgiaville USA, you will find 1950's party decorations, costumes, tin signs, other retro memorabilia, and the largest collection of classic cardboard car food box centerpieces (they even have a few modern styles too), which I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to review, which I was pretty excited about actually, especially since I knew a venue they'd be perfect for. 

Every year from May to October, once a month, the local McDonald's in my small little town  is host to a car show put on by a very respected area car club. It draws in quite a crowd, both young and old, and everyone has lots of fun all evening long making lasting memories with their friends and family while checking out the vehicles on display...and eating. The cardboard car food box centerpieces at Nostalgiaville USA just happen to be the perfect companions for any of the food items sold at McDonald's.

You can get these food boxes in 33 different styles of GM and Chevrolet 1950's and 1960's classic cars. They even offer three modern styles (Chevy Camaro, Chevy Corvette, and For Mustang). These cardboard food boxes are made of lightweight but sturdy poster board and are very easy to assemble with easy to follow directions on the bottom of each car. I was able to assemble 10 of them in approximately 15-20 minutes. Each car measures approximately 12 inches long by 5 inches high (including the windshield). The opening in each of the cars is 4 inches by 4 inches. You can also purchase plastic food liner inserts for these cars (sold separately).

Each car is very detailed from the interior to the moldings to the wheels and my boyfriend (who is a car enthusiast) was able to recognize the make, model, and year of each car without having to refer to the license plate. 

These cardboard car food box centerpieces are perfect for events such as cruise-ins/car shows and birthday parties and can be used for decorating, party favors, or serving food and snacks. You can even use them to store things such as loose change or keys. I gave away three of these to a trio of young brothers who never miss a car show and they informed me that they were going to use them to store their toys. These are all around great fun for both young and young at heart and are definitely eye catchers. I love that they are so versatile and can be used for many things. 

How would you use one of these cardboard card food box centerpieces from Nostalgiaville USA?

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