Here are some last minute Father’s Day gift ideas for all of the car lover dad’s out there
It’s a testing time and some of us may not be able to spend this Sunday with our dad’s celebrating Father’s Day. But, there’s still time to get cracking on a gift. If you’re stuck on the perfect present for a dad who’s a rev-head then be sure to check out the list of items below.
Here at Drive we send our best wishes to all the dad’s out there and hope you enjoy the day. Happy Father’s Day!
Lego – like the Porsche 911 Turbo Creator set
Let’s face it, everyone loves Lego whether you’re a car enthusiast or not. This gift will be especially appreciated by dad’s in lockdown right now – and allows you to build either a 930 Turbo or 911 Targa. What better way to pass the time! The Porsche 911 kit costs $229 and can be purchased here.
Speaking of Porsche, where would Father’s Day be without socks! Forget Calvin Klein when you can get dad his very own Porsche branded socks. Available in a range of different colours and sizes, the Porsche socks with set you back $99. Check them out here.
For dad’s who love their classic sports cars. You can get this cool coffee table book at Angus & Robertson for $46.50.
Who ever knew you could get so many different versions of Monopoly! If dad isn’t a Holden fan there are Ford ones too. Fun for the whole family will cost you $44.95.
This is a part of the Porsche driver’s selection on its website – with other items include office chairs and champagne coolers, just to name a few. The silicone ice cube tray with 911 Carrera design costs $23.
Car Wash essentials bucket
If you can’t leave home to wash your car, why not enjoy doing it in the driveway! A complete kit like this is available from Autobahn for $29.99 so dad can look after his pride and joy.
To keep dad looking cool – rather than just buying the typical T-shirt, the website garage79 has some really funky options. The above are all $79 each.
Got any other great last-minute gift ideas? Let us know in the comments below.
Emma has been on our television screens for over a decade. Most of her time in the industry has been spent at racetracks reporting at major motorsport events in Australia – from TCR and Superbikes to Porsche Sprint Challenge and Supercars. Last year she made the move to motoring journalism.