Editor's Pick: Father's Day gifts

Still have some shopping to do for Dad? The Classic Motorsports editors are here to help with some great last-minute gifts—something for nearly every budget, in fact.

1: Classic Motorsports Subscribtion

Why not get Dad his own subscription to Classic Motorsports? Click here to get a one-year subscription for just $16.99–our best deal going.

2: Eastwood SMD 30 LED Work Light

You can't work if you can't see, and Eastwood has created the ultimate work light: 30 high-output LEDs plus a built-in hook and not one but two magnets. You can stick this puppy right on your car. We use ours all the time and usually get a week out of a single charge. Regular price is $27.95 but it does go on sale occasionally. Click here to view the product webpage.

3: Vintage Racing Today DVD

Protect Dad from those boring reruns. “Vintage Racing Today” brings on-track thrills and off-track community to the small screen. We give it two thumbs up. Expect to pay around $25. Click here to buy it now.

4: Bedrug Track Mat

Sure, you could fab your own work mat, but BedRug’s Track Mat was made just for us enthusiasts. It folds in half for easy storage and transport, and the thickness is perfect: This 2x4-foot mat provides enough comfort and space without being bulky. Pick one up for $29.95 from retailers like AutoAnything and Summit Racing. Click here to go to the product page.

5: Coco Mats

We love these mats and have them in most of our classic sports cars. These custom-cut mats look right, hide dirt, and even add some noise and heat insulation. Prices vary by vehicle. Click here for more information.

6: Paul Chenard Art

Give Dad some cool art for his walls—either something off-the-rack or a custom rendering of his favorite car. Prices vary depending on the piece. Click here for more informtaion.

7: SVRA Driving School

We love this new program so much we even put our name on it. The Sports Car Vintage Racing Association has a new on-track program aimed at complete novices—no race car or previous experience required. The instruction comes from Peter Krause, one of the best in the business. Expect to pay $495 per school. Click here to see their schedule and register.

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