Sorry, no pics, or at least none that I can find. This was 15 years ago, but I took a trailer hitch mounted bike rack, and cut off the top, then took it to a welder, had him add a frame to hold two rows of five PVC tubes, with a bit of spring between each tube. Had the whole frame powder coated. I bolted the tubes to the frame. Can't remember the exact ID dimension of the PVC, but little kids skis fit in bindings and all, with room to spare. I glued and riveted on end caps for the PVC, with holes drilled to drain. I had some bungee cords for security. I would back the Suburban up to the tuning room, throw the skis in the rack, drive to the hill, drop off kids, pull out their skis, then pull our skis, etc, then do the reverse and put them all in the tuning room to dry, etc when we got home. Easy. Also made for clean ski clothes even when the car was filthy. No reaching, rubbing, etc. I'd pop the rack in the hitch on Saturday AM, and take it out Sunday PM. It stayed in out tuning room midweek....200 miles from home.
I gave the thing to a friend with a bunch of kids when we moved on the hill, and didn't need it. He moved across the country, and I haven't seen it since!
NN, I used this setup for a drive of at maximum 5 miles, from ski house to the hill, and in a location where there was very little road salt, and sand used. Also at slow speeds. So, not the usual ski rack use. I also had a soapstone sink in that tuning room, mounted low to wash off any debris if needed before drying skis. Probably had to do that often in the spring, but it was a quick deal. Road debris, sand and stuff like Magnesium Chloride is not good for skis......agree on that!!