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Gifts for Everyone


When it comes to a one-stop shop for everyone on your gift list, Speedway Motors may not come to mind, but we do have something for almost everyone! If you don’t know already, at the back of our Street Rod catalog, we have a section called 'Gifts'. In this article, I am going to pinpoint just a few of my favorites that have been a huge hit!

Man caves. For that guy who has almost everything but needs a little something else to add that final touch. We have a great selection of metal signs like our Mongoose Drag Garage Sign for your drag racing fans, along with our Flathead Forever Clock. We also have some great wall clings like our Vintage Blown Hemi to give your wall a little pop.

Do you have a special lady in your life? Speedway Motors offers a variety of women’s t-shirts with great designs. Or how about some glassware for the kitchen? Our Pinstriped Pint & Rocks Glass Set with a pinstripe design to add a little flare! Can't forget about the Speedway Motors Softshell Jacket, an employee favorite, for those chilly nights. Another fun gift idea we offer is a vintage Tabletop Jukebox to listen to some music in your home or even the garage!

And what about the kids? We have a selection of kid's t-shirts as well as Diamond Plate Outlet/Light Switch Covers for the car enthusiast teenager. How about a cool neon clock like our Gas & Oil Neon Clock for the final touch? We also have a Children’s Play Mat to resemble a drag strip for the little ones to drive their Hot Wheels on! And who can go wrong with a Retro Clock Radio to help you get up and rock your day!

With so many options to choose from and unique gifts that you can’t find anywhere else, you will not only have fun looking through our selection and walk down memory lane, but will most certainly find something for everyone on your list!

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