Mark Houlahan
Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly
June 14, 2018
Photos By: Summit Racing Equipment

Father’s Day is this weekend. If you’re still struggling to figure out what to get dear-old-Dad, well, look no further than some of these great gift ideas from our friends at Summit Racing. While the following is just an all-too-brief taste of some its latest offerings, Summit Racing literally has hundreds of cool bits Dad would love to have. R/C cars, die cast vehicles, metal signs, bar furniture, clothing, etc. You name it and Summit’s catalog has it. Not sure what to get the man that helped make you who you are today? Then just shoot him a Summit Racing gift card and let him decide!

Auto Antlers

For Dads that hunt for horsepower, these stainless steel Auto Antlers are the perfect Father’s Day gift. Made using real-deal exhaust headers and polished to a high shine, these conversation starters have slotted backs to make hanging easy. Help Dad hang these beauties in his man cave, garage, or even front and center over the fireplace mantle. Shown here are the original style (made from small-block Ford headers!) and their 4.6L Ford Modular V-8 model.

LED Traffic Signal

Wow Dad with the brilliance of a working LED Traffic Signal. He’ll love using it to regulate high traffic areas like his man cave and garage. The LED Traffic Signal features three 8-inch diameter lenses in red, yellow, and green enclosed in a yellow polycarbonate shell. The signal can be hung vertically or horizontally to fit any space. I mean, who doesn’t remember wanting a traffic signal in their room as a kid?

Retro Beverage Coolers

Get Dad the gift that keeps on giving—a retro beverage cooler from Summit Racing. These all-metal coolers hold up to 13 liters (that’s just a tick under 3.5 gallons for you not familiar with the metric system), making them perfect for keeping Dad’s drinks frosty at car shows, on fishing trips, or when he’s outside grilling up juicy sirloins for the family. Choose the Ford Tough cooler to show your Ford family pride. Summit also offers these coolers with old-school Corona or Coca-Cola graphics the 1940s and 1950s.