David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
12/13/17 9:49 a.m.

Not sure what to get that special someone this year? Need to drop a hint or two about your own wishlist? That’s where our annual holiday gift guide comes in. Of course, don’t forget that you can always use it to treat yourself.

1. Garage Art sells all kinds of garage-approved signs and clocks, including personalized ones in various sizes and shapes.

2. The GeoSky Alert constantly tracks any vehicle and promises a 38-second response rate should it move.
$249 + monitoring fee

3. How about an escape for two on one of our tours? Our Orange Blossom Tour snakes around north Florida March 4–8, while our Smoky Mountain Tour visits the Great Smoky Mountains June 10–14.
$4995 Orange Blossom Tour
$5995 Smoky Mountain Tour

4. Steve Petrosky offers custom drawings in addition to the ones shown in his online catalog.

5. The Kinekt Gear Ring is no longer only available in stainless steel. Gold, gunmetal and rose gold options have been added to the lineup.

6. How about a car book for the little ones? Kevin O’Connell’s “Abecedarium Automobilium” features some of our favorite makes and models.

7. A boring bicycle shouldn’t share the garage with a cool car. British Bicycle Company carries English-built bicycles like the Pashley Guv’nor. The styling comes straight from the ‘30s, and niceties include Reynolds 531 tubing, Sturmey-Archer hub brakes and a Brooks saddle.

8. A new racing season probably means that it’s time for a new helmet. Bell Helmets offers something for every budget and taste, like their stylish, Snellrated Vador.

9. Jack stands don’t have to be heavy and cumbersome. Harbor Freight’s 3-ton aluminum jack stands weigh just 4.5 pounds each.

10. CTEK’s latest battery charger, the MXS 5.0, works with all kinds of batteries and in all kinds of weather conditions.

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