We mined some long-time customer favorites as well as some new dad-approved items among the diverse selection at Summit Racing Gifts, Clothing, and Memorabilia. We hope you find some inspiration.

8 Gift Ideas for Dad

1. TRiLIGHT LED Ceiling Light


Remember when dad used to yell to turn off the lights whenever you weren’t in a room where they were being used? That’s because dad is a sensible guy. A sensible guy who might like the idea of replacing a 60-watt bulb with a 25-watt LED TRiLIGHT that can produce 3,000 lumens of light.

2. “I’m Not Old, I’m Classic” T-Shirt

I'm Not Old, I'm Classic T-shirt

A classic gift for classic dads.

3. Power Spray Nozzle

Fireman-style lever allows adjustable water pressure spray without the achy hand fatigue common with squeeze-style designs. Firemen are heroes. Dads are heroes. It’s almost like they were made just for Father’s Day.

4. Bone Creeper

bone creeper

If dad weighs under 300 pounds and can deal with a name like “Bone Creeper,” then he probably wants one. Its tip- and flip-proof design has made it the #1 creeper chosen by auto techs and vehicle inspectors throughout the United States!

5. Skull and Crossbones Vintage Gas Pump Drink Dispenser

gas pump beverage dispenser

Keeping the bone theme going, but more importantly, the theme of quality gifts for dads, people love these vintage gas pump-style beverage dispensers. Delicious beverages are not included.

6. Summit Pro Racing Dragstrip Slot Car Track

Summit Pro Racing Dragstrip Slot Car Track

If your dad still shows a lot of competitive fire, or is particularly fond of drag racing, slot-car dragstrips are a particularly fun way to pass the time. Just make sure dad has a good spot with 13 feet of space to set up!

7. Texaco LED Marquee Sign

Texaco LED marquee sign

Help dad light up his garage or man cave like Las Vegas with a vintage-style Texaco marquee sign. Dad might just find himself daydreaming about the good old days of 16-cent-per-gallon gasoline and hustling gas jockeys.

8. Shop Cart

If your dad spends time wrenching on cars or tinkering with small-engine tools in the garage, there are few things more useful than a personal assistant to keep track of the tools and hand him what he needs when he needs it. A shop cart cart can’t do that. But it’s the next-best thing. We think he’ll like it.

Author: Matt Griswold

After a 10-year newspaper journalism career, Matt Griswold spent another decade writing about the automotive aftermarket and motorsports. He was part of the original OnAllCylinders editorial team when it launched in 2012.