Over the weekend I watched a CNBC profile on Lee Iacocca which put me in the mood for some Ford memorabilia. I know many of you know Iacocca as the man who saved Chrysler, but he is also an iconic figure in Ford’s history. Credited with helping conceive the Ford Mustang, Iacocca’s work at Ford is nothing short of legendary. So today I was inspired to find man cave gadgets and decor inspired by the great Ford Motor company.
Any Ford Mustang enthusiast should have a set of Mustang themed bar stools in their man cave. These stools feature a shiny chrome finish over a rugged steel frame. The seats remind us of the Mustang’s black bucket seats and feature its iconic logo across the top. These stools work well at the bar, in a game room or in your Ford themed garage. They are reasonably priced under $70 each at Amazon.com, we’ve seen similar stools priced over $100 at other stores.
Pick up these Mustang themed bar stools for your Ford Motor themed man cave by clicking here.
Any automotive themed man cave should have some neon signs. The classic look of neon provides cave visitors an instant dose of nostalgia for the good times of Detroit’s big three. The V8 engine itself has a cult following as the heart and soul of American muscle cars. This Ford V8 sign available on Amazon.com would make a great decorative piece for any Ford Motor themed man cave.
The Ford V8 neon sign can be mounted anywhere and measures 20” wide, 25” long and 4” deep. It’s powered by solid state transformer lighting retro colored orange and white neon. The glass tubes are supported with a finished black metal grid for years or reliable use. The neon operates silently, and uses less electricity than incandescent bulbs.
We’ve seen this sign sell for $400, but you can get it for $249.99 by clicking here.
It isn’t an original, but this Ford Genuine Parts sign from our friends at Kotula’s will offer a classic Ford automotive garage look for less money. The sign is perfect for any indoor garage or basement space, and displays well. The sign is wall mounted, and uses two 9 watt florescent bulbs. When you pull the cord, it will light up and rotate giving your Ford Motor Man cave a 1950’s service stating feel. If neon is too expensive for your man cave budget, this revolving Ford Genuine Parts sign is a great alternative.
Pick up this great sign for less than $200 by clicking here.