Automotive enthusiasts can easily feel misunderstood by friends and relatives who view cars as mere transportation. Make a car fan feel less alone with one of these thoughtful gifts.
Bentley Flying B paperweight
Any Bentley owner is likely to have a desk somewhere, probably covered in deeds to estates, prospective movie scripts, or oil rights contracts. And while far away from their Bentleys, these owners will want a reminder for themselves and their subordinates of their classic piece of British motoring heritage. This Bentley hood ornament paperweight serves both purposes.
Judging from the advanced technologies available on BMWs, BMW owners love their tech. This 8GB USB drive, cleverly disguised as a key fob, will thrill any BMW fan. At least until she becomes frustrated from confusing this thumbdrive with the actual key.
After some fast cornering in a Ferrari, listening to that finely tuned exhaust note, the Ferrari driver will need a little music to soothe the savage beating of her heart. These R200 headphones are just the thing to help cool boiling blood. Plus, she can take them traveling and the prancing horse logo will proudly proclaim Ferrari ownership.
The upscale nature of the Mercedes-Benz marque and wine snobbery appreciation go hand in hand. What Benz owner wouldn't find a use for corkscrew and stopper. Even better, a replica of a 300SL shift knob tops the stopper.
Find your favorite automotive brand among this collection of original automotive art and memorabilia. This online store features original prints going back to the 1900s, and covers a wide range of brands.
OK, time to get serious. All the preceding is mere frippery compared with an engine block coffee table. There is no greater sign of automotive devotion than placing one of these babies in the middle of the living room.
You can DIY an engine block coffee table with the assistance of any nearby junkyard, or order one on Engine Hacker's Etsy page.