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Dream Garages International: Great Garages and Collections from around the…

by Lee Klancher

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A different kind of garage book. There are the requisite drool garages, but also just storage places, many motor cycles and very interesting bios on the owners ant their structures. ( )
  rathad | Aug 27, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0760340757, Hardcover)

Some of the most amazing spaces in the world are profiled in this lavish, illustrated journey across the continents, fulfilling the automotive voyeur’s dream of exploring private car sanctuaries from around the world. Incredible supercar collections, a museum packed with obscure makes and models, and quirky collector spaces from Europe, Japan, Australia, and North America combine to provide a fascinating portrait of how the gearhead phenomenon manifests itself in cultures across the globe.

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"Some of the most amazing spaces in the world are profiled in this lavish, illustrated journey across the continents, fulfilling the automotive voyeur's dream of exploring private car sanctuaries from around the world. Incredible supercar collections, a museum packed with obscure makes and models, and quirky collector spaces from Europe, Japan, Australia, and North America combine to provide a fascinating portrait of how the gearhead phenomenon manifests itself in cultures across the globe"--… (more)

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