The World of Wheels Car Show includes competitive classifications of almost any kind of vehicle, including hot rods, custom cars, trucks, street machines built for competing, compact sport cars, motorcycles and restored vehicles. There are over 350 classifications for vehicles entered into competition.
The competition includes a rating system for each type of vehicle, whereas competing vehicles are assigned a standing or rank. According to standings listed on theisca.com in the Custom category, most of the cars with the highest ratings are vintage cars, such as the 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe. In the Hot Rod category, the vehicles in high standing were manufactured between 1930 and 1940, such as the 1931 Ford Roadster. In the Truck category, the high standing vehicles are vintage from between 1930 and 1985 and include the 1957 GMC School Bus and the 1950 Chevrolet Phantom Fleetside.
In the Street Machine Competition category, some of the highest ranking cars include a 1955 Chevrolet Tudor and a 2012 Joe Mondon Top Dragster. In the Restored category, the highest ranking car is a 1969 Dodge Super Bee, and the second highest rank belongs to a 1970 Ford Boss 429 Mustang. All of these results are current as of August 2015.