With Christmas fast approaching, our minds turn to sleigh rides, softly falling snow, apple cider and those hard to shop for people! If the person on your list that gives you the most difficulty is a car, motorcycle or garage buff, look no further!
Whether you are interested in a wireless communication system, a new helmet or a pair of gloves, check out the Motorcycle Superstore for some inspiration – gifts ranging from $25-$500.
Or, for those long winter months when the bike is parked, maybe your motorcycle lover would find some solace in a book. Maybe Motorcycle Dream Garages
“Motorcycle Dream Garages opens the doors to sixteen palaces for two-wheeled work and play, among them a secret one in Chicago housing over one hundred rare and collectible bikes at a location known only to members of an underground club; a converted firehouse in St. Paul; a marble palace in Washington DC; and a variety of luxury motorcycle garages owned by racers and celebrities both in the US and Europe.”
The Car Buff
Interested in keeping your car buff safe? Maybe your car buff is a teenager? Make sure you look into CellControl. With distracted driving and texting in particular causing so many accidents, CellControl will block cell usage by the driver as soon as the car is turned on. Passengers are still able to use their phones and emergency numbers are always allowed.
For the nostalgic reader on your list, try 60s Cars: Vintage Auto Ads
Featured makes and models include Studebaker Avanti, Chevy Chevelle, Mercury Cougar, Dodge Dart, Renault Dauphine, Ford Fairlane, Chrysler Imperial, Jaguar, Studebaker Lark, Rambler Marlin, Mercedes-Benz, Ford Mustang, and Olds Toronado.
“With ridiculously big engines stuffed with mid-sized bodies, and often covered in hood scoops, spoilers, distinctive decals and striking paint jobs, these mighty beasts scared the daylights out of insurance companies and captivated the American public.”
For the detailer on your list, try detailing kits from Auto Obsessed that range from $25 – $169. Another local shop to try out when hunting down that elusive gift is So-Cal Speed Shop which has books, memorabilia and collectibles as well as DVDs and clothing.
What about a remote car starter to warm their hearts and your passenger seat? A good one will run you about $579 installed and “Surfer Joe” and the crew at Ron Hodgson Chevrolet can help you make the purchase that is just right for your needs.
Of course, the ultimate gift for a garage guru would be their very own Premier Garage Condo. Can you imagine the size of bow you would need?