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.
A free car is something that can be pretty hard to say no to, especially if the offering is anything near half decent. These are the ten cars that leave Jalopnik readers saying, “well, you tried. I guess.”
Lots of thoughtful people gave their father a drone this Christmas, because they had already gotten him a Kindle last year and an iPad the year before that and you sort of stall out on gift ideas from there. But! Drones can be difficult, and dads can be clumsy*, and the result has been nationwide terror.
If I were 6 years old, I'd want this radio controlled Bentley Continental GT to play with on Christmas. Those noisy RC Cars never really did it for me, and I was the kid with a BMW 5-series remote control car I found on the bottom shelf at a KB Toys store one year. Hey, I could always hunt down a bargain if I tried.
Loved ones are loved ones—who cares if they think Stop signs are short for "Stoptional?" They still deserve the very best! Enhance their driving this holiday with a few gifts for the bad driver.
They don't call it the 24 Hours Of LeMons Arse-Freeze-A-Palooza for nothing; weather conditions at Thunderhill in late December usually oscillate between "horizontal stinging sleet" and "bad day even by Ivan Denisovich standards." The folks at the Busted Knuckle Garage, realizing this, sent me one of their trapper…
If you're like us, you're constantly wondering what to get your many Swedish friends for Christmas. A Dala Horse? Some Cookies? According to the Swedish Research Institute of Trade, the most popular gift for 2007 is going to be the portable GPS device. This is much better than last year's gift, which was an audio book…
Even vegetarians know that bacon is the candy of meats. And the smell of crackling bacon is enough to bring the tired, the hungry, the hungover masses out of bed and into the kitchen in search of salty, greasy redemption. So why not let that feeling carry over into your car? Sounds like a great idea to us. It also…