Father’s Day Gift IdeasJun 1th, 2016
Father’s Day is coming up quickly. Did you get your dad something nice besides a tie or socks? Here are some gift giving ideas for the father who’s a bit of a gearhead.
Supercar Driving Experience
Have you and your dad ever wondered what it’s like to drive a 6 figure supercar? Scenic Rush let’s you have that experience with tours from West Vancouver to Squamish and to Whistler in one of their supercars. Prices start at $495 per driver and can go up to $1295 for up to an 8 hour driving experience to Whistler with vehicle changes along the way. In one day you could be driving a Ferrari F430, an Audi R8, and a Nissan GTR all while enjoying the scenic views of the Sea to Sky highway.
C7 Corvette Office Chair
If your dad wants to show off his love of cars at home or at work, get him this Corvette office chair. Built with durable high grade synthetic leather upholstery and padded arms, the C7 Corvette office chair is also personalizable with his name underneath the Corvette logo. Prices start at $315 USD.
Mercedes-Benz Classic Wine Stoppers
If your dad enjoys the finer things in life and likes to have a drink of wine after a long day at work, then get him this set of wine stoppers designed in the shape of gear shift knobs from the iconic Mercedes-Benz 300SL. The set includes 4 stoppers made out of wood and stainless steel and come in varying colours. Set retails for $94.
Porsche Design Sunglasses
If your dad likes to look at his best under the hot summer sun, then he might just like the Porsche Design Titanium series sunglasses. The sunglasses are light and flexible and made out of titanium hence the almost $700 price tag. These are definitely a luxury item but the design and durability will ensure that they last for a very long time.
What better way to make Father’s day more special than actually spending time with dad and the best way to do that is to work together on a project car. If you look through your local classifieds, there’s an almost endless list of vehicles for you and your dad to work on for months or years to come. Looking over the local Vancouver classifieds, you can spend as little as $2000 for a 1968 Beaumont Custom or as much as $6800 for a 1971 Chevrolet Camaro project car. The choices are endless but no matter what vehicle project you choose, you’ll be doing it with your dad.