You didn’t forget about buying holiday gifts again, did you? Whatever, it’s fine. I’m not judging. In fact, I’m here to help. Get your act together and pick up one of these ten cheap last-minute gearhead-friendly gifts before it’s too late.
It’s December 22nd and you still haven’t bought anything for your gearhead buddy. Don’t worry. We can figure this out.
If you’re an Amazon Prime member (free trial here), and not in Alaska, you can still get free shipping in time for Christmas. We’re putting together a list of our favorite gifts under $50, with a few bonus bigger ticket items. If nothing here catches your eye, we’ve also got plenty of great gift options in our daily…
Out doing some Black Friday shopping? That’s for rubes! Now online commerce, that’s the real ticket! I myself have not left my house in years, and I’m not just talking about holiday shopping here.
Planning for America’s next armed conflict is not an easy gig. Ideally, if you want to do it right, it takes a great knowledge of history and an uncanny ability to predict the future, which most war-planners seem to fail at.
Nothing says ‘Murica quite like a big, powerful pickup truck. If you or someone you know likes these coal-rollin’, big tire-havin’, poor-handling, noisy, fuel sucking Who Gives A Crap Because They’re Awesome-mobiles, check out these truck-tastic gifts.
Wrenching is America’s greatest pastime, but without the right tools, it can suck real hard. So here are 14 gifts you can buy a gearhead this holiday season to keep them from cursing their brains out in the garage.
Why do people care about racing? Why do they get up at 3:00 a.m. to do it? Maybe you have that one friend who’d probably be into it if they knew more about it, or someone else who wonders why you care so much. Here are some gifts you can get to help nudge them into getting up at 3 a.m. with you.
Car people: who are they? What are they? Why do they make strange noises with their mouths when a Lamborghini drives by? We may never know. But it’s possible a number of gifts can help you live the life, and understand the ways of the gearhead.
Pumpkin spiced lattes and holiday music blaring at my local Whole Foods means it must be that time of year again when you do the shopping for the people you love, as well as a little shopping for yourself on the side. Make sure you, or the motorcyclist in your life, have these items come this holiday season.
With all the gear that passes through our grubby little hands, the number of gadgets we covet knows no bounds. And since we have to return most the objects our desire, there's always a few that stick with us just a little too hard. These are the ones we'll be aching for the hardest this holiday season.
It's that gift-giving time of year and you, lazy bastard that you are, haven't bought anyone anything yet. Here are five cheap things you can get in no time to stuff the stocking of your car enthusiast friend.
Not only do you have to shop for a gift for a car enthusiast, but that car enthusiast is a member of a subset: He's a racing enthusiast.
I admit, this gift guide is a bit schizophrenic, in that I'll be covering both fun presents for kids and art-related car gifts. But, in my defense, I have a two-year old kid who loves cars and a BA in Art History, so this was kind of going to happen no matter what.
Although we've said that car fans are difficult to shop for, the gearhead subset of our illustrious tribe is a bit easier to please. Don't buy anodized aluminum parts that might not fit, or fan apparel that could leave them thinking you ate lead paint chips as a child.
Car fans are a tough bunch to shop for around the holidays. They have allegiances. They're particular. They can be impossible to please.
Yesterday we shared some good ideas for quirky gifts that any gearhead would enjoy. Today we explore the other end of the spectrum: The most preposterous automotive gifts in the world.
Do you know car people? Are you a car person? There is a world of awesome holiday gift opportunities out there beyond Porsche watches and Nascar cufflinks. Here's our selection of the weird and wonderful.