Dream Garages

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Motorbooks, Sep 13, 2012 - Transportation - 192 pages
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DIVA garage is a special place not home, not office, not rec room. It may combine elements of all of these, yet it remains unique. Dreams are born, housed, revived, and realized within the walls and beneath the rafters of an enthusiast's garage. It is a haven from life's broader concerns, where work is not really work, and virtually anything seems possible. Dream Garages explores this hallowed space, taking the reader into 21 motorhead havens, where automotive and motorcycle enthusiasts store and work on the objects of their passion. Some of the structures are expansive, some more modest; some are working garages, others near spotless showcases of pristine machines and automotive art work and memorabilia. Pervading all of them is a love of the motor vehicle and an appreciation for the structure that allows us to harbor and revive them. Here readers will find enthusiasts who collect, preserve, and work on sports cars, race cars, motorcycles, trucks, speed record vehicles and related machinery, and treasures. Revered names like Ferrari, Corvette, Road Runner, Cobra, and Jaguar dwell in these special spaces. Dream Garages is not a manual on building a great garage; it's a look at the ideas and passions that can make any garage great. Dream Garages is the Architectural Digest for those whose veins run with gasoline./div

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Kris Palmer (Minneapolis, MN) is a gearhead and freelancer writer whose books include The Fast and the Furious, Fix It!, and Motorcycle Survivor. When not racing down a deadline, he logs quality garage time in the company of modified Triumph TR6 (V-8 power!) and vintage Honda motorcycles.


Peter Egan is a top automotive and motorcycle journalist best known for his feature articles and columns in Road & Track and Cycle World magazines. He has owned dozens of classic cars and motorcycles over the years and is an enthusiastic amateur racer. He and his eclectic garage reside in the wilds of Wisconsin.

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