This year Father’s Day is extremely bittersweet. After losing my stepdad last August unexpectedly it’s tough not having him hear to go grab lunch and celebrate the day. And, then my dad is in Connecticut so he’s not close enough to celebrate with either. Despite the fact that neither are here with me, I will be celebrating Father’s Day with all of you!

Hallmark has added these amazing Kiddie Car Classics to their collection of already awesome gifts. When I was chosen to receive one to review and also one to give away to one of my lucky readers I honestly thought it would be a tiny little car that is about the size of their holiday ornaments, but I was wrong!  It is 2.75″w x 3.15″h x 6.69″d and it’s made out of die-cast metal. Each of the cars are individually numbered for collectibility. What an awesome gift! I received the 1958 Chevrolet Corvette Kiddie Car Classics Collectible Toy Car.

Hallmark is offering ornaments as well which will be perfect for the holiday season. But…seriously – these Kiddie Car Classics are so amazing! They have the 1958 Chevrolet Corvette that I have, as well as a 1965 Ford Mustang, Street Rod, and 1949 Gillham Sport! The Gillham Sport is my favorite because it’s red and has a set of golf clubs in the car! It is currently sold out online and I can see why!  Don’t get me wrong, though, I really love the car I received as well.

Each car comes safely packed in a padded styrofoam insert, a card with information about your collectible car, and a beautifully designed box – perfect for gift giving. I took my car on a little field trip around the yard to take some photos of it that would give you a fun look at this wonderful car.

Do you want a Kiddie Car Classics Collectible of your own?  Enter the Rafflecopter below and leave a blog comment telling me which one you like best and who you would give it to if you were the winner!

Giveaway will end on Wednesday, June 17th and Hallmark will send you a random selection.

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