Maybe your days of dressing up for trick-or-treat are long gone.

Or maybe you're one of those pillowcase-toting guys that still likes to suit up for candy-beggin' and house-eggin.' Sure, you've got two-day stubble and your "trick or treat" greeting sounds an awful lot like Barry White, but we're certainly not here to judge.

We're just sayin' that maybe your Halloween passion and creativity would be better spent on something more constructive—like your hot rod. That's where American Shifter Company comes in.

American Shifter offers a variety of ways to bring the scare factor to your vehicle with its unusual offering of Limited Edition shift knobs. These eye-catching resin knobs are hand-crafted by various automotive artists to give your shifter a unique look. Like costumes for your shifters.

See for yourself:

American Shifter Company El Diablo Devil Style Shift Knob
Frankenspeed Shift Knob
Green Monster
Marvin the Mummy Shift Knob
Pineapple Tiki Shift Knob
Petey O Piston Shift Knob
Aldo Aztec Tiki Shift Knob
VonWolf Shift Knob
Frank O Pirate Shift Knob
The Boss Monkey Shift Knob
Skull Top Hat Shift Knob
Translucent Skull Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Frankenspeed Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Marvin the Mummy Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Pineapple Tiki Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Petey O Piston Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Aldo Aztec Tiki Shift Knob

American Shifter Company VonWolf Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Frank-O-Pirate Shift Knob

American Shifter Company The Boss Monkey Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Timmy the Top Hat Shift Knob

American Shifter Company Flamed Skull Shift Knob

 

Author: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.