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The best gifts for gearheads this Father's Day

Meguiars Heavy Duty Headlight Restoration Kit: For the dad whose vehicle truly is one of his babies, this headlight kit is designed to bring back the clarity from headlights that have become oxidized or yellowed over time.

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Whether he drives a nice car or rumbles around in a motorcycle, the Oakley Dispatch sunglasses are a good choice. Not too outlandish, definitely not gaudy, yet elegant and sophisticated enough to give him the impression that he’s the man when in the driver’s seat.

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Silverlit Interactive Bluetooth Remote Control Enzo Ferrari Car: A remote control car modelled after a Ferrari is one way to cater to the little boy in any dad.

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TomTom VIA 1605 TM: This is the first portable navigation unit with a six-inch screen that TOmTom has made and could be an ideal choice for the dad who drives a bigger vehicle.

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