Here's something a little bit different. This working model of a V8 engine comes with over 100 parts, and has neat touches like light-up spark plugs and engine sounds. It's a great learning tool, and an even better desk toy. [Haynes Build Your Own V8 Engine Model Kit, $65]

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If you have an older car without Bluetooth, this little puck plugs into your AUX jack (or if your car is really old school, a tape adapter) to enable wireless streaming from your phone. It even comes with a dual port car charger so you can keep it (and your phone) fully powered. [Loftek Bluetooth 4.0 Audio Music Receiver Car Kit,with Dual-Port Travel Car Charger, $23 with code YZUP4AFJ]


Don't need Bluetooth? Here's a great deal on a charger by itself. [Mpow Dual USB 3.4 Amp Car Charger , $8 with code FAST34CA]


Advance Auto Parts' new coupon good is a good one. [ 15% off $50+ order + $25 off $50 Coupon, Promo Code J45]


You need to buy laundry detergent, cleaning supplies, and paper towels anyway, so you might as well get a $10 Target Gift Card with your purchase. Just choose three eligible household items to get the deal. Dozens of items are available, so you should be able to find your favorites. [Buy Three Household Essentials, Get a $10 Target Gift Card]


Today's Amazon deal of the day features over 1,000 discounted Kindle books that are meant to help students, but anyone who wants to pick up some new skills should take a look at the selection.

The stars of the show are O'Reilly computer skill books for as little as $4, but there are also business self-help books, language-learning titles, and even some non-fiction history volumes and biographies from the likes of the New York Times. Even if you don't own a Kindle, you can read these titles on pretty much any electronic device you own, so you're officially out of excuses to avoid learning Python. [Amazon]





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