Grab a give­away for Fa­ther’s Day

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CLEAR­ING my in-tray this week pro­duced some hid­den gems, as well as some worth­while give­aways for cars­Guide read­ers.

For a start, the best book on the late Peter Brock is now into soft­cover pub­li­ca­tion with a more af­ford­able price tag. Look for How Good is This by Wayne Web­ster this month, with a Fa­ther’s Dayfriendly price of $35.

An­other book worth hav­ing is Signspot­ting 3, one of the fun­ni­est motoring-re­lated books I’ve seen in a long time.

It’s just a col­lec­tion of signs with cap­tions, but the pic­tures are crazy good and most cap­tions are wor­thy of a belly laugh.

Copies of Signspot­ting 3 are great value at $16.95 and I have two spare copies to give away.

I also have five give­away copies of a new DVD cel­e­brat­ing the 60th birth­day of Holden.

It’s an ex­ten­sion of the TV pro­gram made last year, and comes with ex­tras in­clud­ing a seg­ment on the Efijy con­cept car and orig­i­nal 48-215 at GM’s US prov­ing ground at Mil­ford.

The DVD costs $29.95 and is avail­able from most video re­tail­ers.

If you want one of the books or DVDs, tell me why you de­serve an early Fa­ther’s Day gift. Email to cars­guide@her­ald­sun.com.au

Sign spot­ting:

logs un­der tight se­cu­rity and (right) Hell on Earth.

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