Holiday 2010 Gifts for the DIY Motorhead from The Eastwood Company; Experts on Restoration and Modification of Cars, Trucks, and Motorcycles

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Buying holiday gifts for someone who is a diy auto hobbyist or auto restoration enthusiast can often frustrate family and friends who try to find the perfect gift. However, they often don't know a pinstriping kit from a rust converter. Eastwood, the automotive experts for diyers working on restoring and modifying cars, has a number of suggestions to make holiday shopping for the diy motorhead an easy job.

Eastwood 2010 Holiday Gift Guide for Motorheads

Holiday shopping can get tough when the person you are shopping for is an auto enthusiast. "Most family members wouldn’t know a buff motor from a rust encapsulator, much less be able to make a decision about what to buy as a gift, says Joe Richardson, Eastwood's R&D/Product Development Engineer.

Eastwood has put together a list of gift suggestions for family and friends to consider.

For the diy virgin, the beginner who wants to get started and needs some beginner tools, Eastwood suggests products for getting out rust, such as Eastwood's Rust Converter, Rust Encapsulator, Fash Etch and PRE.

When you've got a 'heavy metal' motorhead who is aching to get started or upgrade their welding experience, Eastwood has a new line of mig welders, along with all of the accessories such as magnetic hole plug welding tool, backer set and plugweld pliers.

When the diyer is a paint artist, someone who knows how to put the finishing touches on a ride, Eastwood suggests everything from the Kafka Pinstriping system, starter set and/or brush kit. There is also a hugh array of ceramic engine paints to choose from.

If the diyer is a fast shooter and wants to get something covered in a flash, then any of the hot coat guns offer the perfect holiday gift.

Finally for the guy/gal who is a blast, take a look at Eastwood's exclusive Dual Master Blaster or Soda Blaster with media. And when noise and heat have the diyer just looking for a little peace and quiet, Eastwood's Thermo-Coustic Barrier will do the trick.

Eastwood is ready to help make this a 'special' surprise holiday for the resto tinker or addict.

Eastwood markets unique tools and supplies for repair, restoration, and modification of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Founded in 1978, Eastwood constantly strives to develop new products to serve the home automotive hobbyist, individuals and organizations focused on restoration and revival of automobiles and motorcycles. Journalists are always welcomed to use any article in Eastwood's Free Tech Library, with attribution.


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