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When I was born my Paw (my grandfather) had a corvette; he told my Maw (my grandmother) that he planned to give me this corvette when I turned 16 years old. I was their first born grandchild, and my time as an only grandchild was short lived. My brother Brandon was born 14 months later, and my cousins, Natasha and Kaylee were born shortly after that. He told her that he could never afford cars for all of the grandchildren (they would eventually have 7 grandchildren total), and he sold my car. He loves looking for cars so when I told him I was looking for a used car in Kansas City, MO, he helped me find my perfect vehicle. He has also owned a host of “cool” cars that I was occasionally allowed to drive. He enjoyed restoring and rebuilding antique and wrecked automobiles. He gave me an appreciation for nice automobiles, and taught me how to properly care for a car; this includes regular washing and basic maintenance. He even suggested that we use a moving service similar to Cars Relo if we ever wanted to move house and take one or two of the cars with us.
It drives my grandmother crazy that he spends so much time tinkering in his garage; if he can’t be found around the house, that’s where he’s most likely to be. Sure, he understands the insurance between each of the options (having learned more here and through his experience), but my grandmother isn’t as observant on that. He has owned a variety of cars. He even built a few from various parts he had at the garage including that beauty above. Do you see the shine on those tires? You will rarely see my grandfather out driving around that he doesn’t have Armor All Extreme Tire Shine on his vehicles. He only trusts Armor All products, and it’s the only thing I can ever remember him using in the garage. One day he’ll become too old to clean his own car, though. He may have to use car detailing services to help him out with his cleaning as he’s older, which I hear leave your car spick and span!
The Armor All Car Care Gift Pack is a perfect Father’s Day gift for my grandfather, and maybe the father in your life too? The kit includes all of the essential items at a great value. The combined total of all the products included in the gift pack is over $30. You can save 42% off retail.
- Armor All Orange Bucket with Lid
- Armor All Extreme Tire Shine
- Armor All Original Pump 10oz
- Armor All Ultra Shine Wash & Wax
- Armor All Cleaning Wipes
- Armor All Glass Wipes
- Armor All Quick Silver Wheel & Tire Cleaner
- Armor All Towel
- Armor All Pro Tips Booklet
Want to include something fun with your Armor All Car Care Gift Pack? I’m including a fun tutorial for creating a car wash ticket. The father in your life can redeem it for a car wash. Wouldn’t this be a great way to say I love and appreciate you? I sized the printable to a 4×6 so you can print the image on your computer or even send it to your local printing lab. You can right click the image to download the file or you can save the PDF by clicking this link. It makes it easy to print and attach to your Armor All Car Care Gift Pack before you gift it.
Check out my grandfather’s latest ride? We call it his little red car; thankfully, it’s easy washed.
Do you have a car care connoisseur in your life? Check out the Armor All Car Care Gift Pack available at Walmart. They’re also offering a $2 off coupon (while supplies last) good toward the purchase of the kit.