A garage I would happily call my home (18 Photos)

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  • suck me dry

    dry is the state in which i would like you to suck me

    • abakala

      You mean "to which I would like you to suck me". You don't want her to suck you in a dry state, like, Nevada.

    • ricco

      Me, I choose Montana.

      • jordan

        Yeah its dry as fuck here

        • Cory

          I dont even see a toolbox!?!? Useless

    • A BiPolar Guy

      Keep dreaming, virgin boy.

      • Imanelephant

        Don't feed the trolls.

    • pornstar46

      whoa, i like this topic lol

  • KAG

    That place is awesome

    • Guest

      Cameron's Dad? Ferris has another day off

  • https://www.facebook.com/Urbundave David Morgan

    How do you get the car out to drive it?

    • zaruha

      You are so blind that you can't see the big door in no.9 image

      • Boomer

        How about the patio furniture directly in front of the car?

        • Si1entStatic

          She speaks of the stainless steel trimmed double door style garage door directly behind the trunk of the Maserati in #9

  • adonisallan

    It doesn't look like a garage to me, it looks like that's the house itself. They made the Maserati the center-point of the house. I mean seriously, who puts a bar, office, entertaining area in a "garage". Even Jay Leno doesn't do that. And Jay Leno has carS more expensive than a Maserati.

    • myself

      It appears more than just them. I remember an article a couple years ago about a guy in LA who got his dream Ferrari and built an elevator to take his car from the street up the hill and into his house/garage combo.

    • Diesel

      Jay Leno has a garage for his chin alone… maybe thats where the bar is

  • NavyBoyTate

    Epic garage is epic

    • Jawbone

      Fuck off, navyboytaint.

  • myself

    Keeping all that glass sparkling would get old after about a week. Still utterly amazing though.

    • Everlong

      Watching the person you pay to do it wouldn't.

    • JLBugbee

      People like this don't know how to clean glass. They hire someone to do it.

  • FionnR

    I'd like to meet the person who puts all that time, effort and money into building such a stunning garage and then put a frankly shitty old maserati coupe in it…he, or she is the ultimate troller…thats a giant stinking turd of an FU to society right there. Bravo.

    • A BiPolar Guy

      It was me. My other car is a chevette.

    • Torden

      Seriously, Maserati is yuppie garbage. The coupe is probably their least impressive car too.

    • Chim Richels

      Agreeance. The Gran Turismo is nice, BUT….

      Maseratis suffer from arguably the worst resale value of any car on the road. Look at the price of a say a 2008 Quattroporte new and what they are worth today. Horrid depreciation.

      Even still, this is not the type of garage a new $110K Maserati lives in. This is the type of garage that should house, at minimum, an Aventador. Better yet, something like an F50 or a McL F1

      • Jimbo

        Maybe he's just not a fan of ugly as shit super cars.

        • Chim Richels

          Ok cool guy – then suggest what qualifies as NOT an ugly as shit car.

          And if you type some dopey muscle car crap, you're gonna get 1,000 thumbs down from me.

          • TulsaSmartassChiver

            Aston Martin Vantage Carbon Black Edition. Or a 1970 Chevelle SS LS.

            • Jimbo

              Exactly. Something classy. Like Maserati, Aston Martin, Jaguar. Or even a Mercedes.

  • Xsoldier2000

    #12 seriously, a silver screen above the car???

  • http://twitter.com/TheRealGroome @TheRealGroome

    Impractical garage is impractical.

    • John Doe

      Agreed. Now the neighbors can see exactly what they want to steal way before ever breaking in.

  • Jon

    Id much rather put a Aston Martin DBS in there or at least a DB9.

    • Thror

      /agree

      It's just a Maserati. Italian does not automatically mean supercar, despite Joe Walsh's song. It's not even a particularly beautiful car. Maybe they spent all the money on the house?

      Love the parking spot they built for it, though.

    • Si1entStatic

      agreed. But I think a Audi R8 or Lambo Gallardo would look better, Actually the only Maserati I'd let slide is the MC12 Street version.
      <img src="http://i1056.photobucket.com/albums/t376/Si1entstatic/mc12.jpg&quot; border="0" alt="mc12">

      • Chim Richels

        A vintage Maserati birdcage would work – hell, even a Ghibli

  • tkokilroy

    its a glass room with a car in it…..

  • AnyoneForCoffee

    Just popping down the shops…..once I move all the chairs and tables out the way…..I don't think I thought this through…..

  • cambo125

    Mid life crisis? I think not. This is certainly how one does it right.

  • T-Rex

    There's a door behind the car as well for getting the shopping done in the car. It's just some guys who instead of building a garage just made a place for the car in the livingroom. Pretty good theft protection to be in the same room as the car – great idea!

  • T-Rex

    The glass door is a real head-smasher, though. I probably doesn't open any more than it is in the pictures, looks dangerous to me!

  • Kim

    This house makes the people at Windex very happy.

  • James

    Those who live in glass garages shouldn't change their oil in the nude.

  • badger

    That's not a garage, that's a car hole built around a living room, yeah it's cool but not at all practical
    ritch people don't know how to fix stuff so they have no use for a "garage" that's subcontracted to someone else or in a seprate building to their "precious manor"
    having said that it is a wicked room, but it's not a garage it's a "car hole"

  • Matticus

    Nope! I wanna be able to throw stones in my house

  • Chiver#238976

    Reminds me of Cameron's father in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"- some guy who prizes his car above all and bases his self-image on what he drives

    • Chim Richels

      Wow, Sigmund Freud – you get all that from some photos?

      And big difference. The Mas in this photo was about $110K new and used ones can be had for $40K (horrible depreciation).

      The car in FBDO (although a replica) was a Ferrari 250GTO – value? North of $10M. That's PRECISELY the type of car that you prize and build a self-image around.

      Hell, people build galleries to showcase art pieces that are worth a fraction of the Ferrari.

      • TakeTakeTake

        dick

        • Chim Richels

          Why are you telling us what you had for lunch?

  • Mutt

    #6 This pic makes it look like it is some sort of trap set by a cougar to lure young guys in "See the Maserati. Want to come in and rev the engine, if you know what I mean."

  • Timmer

    Can't imagine what the house would look like

  • Patrick

    Not really the ideal place for a zombie attack. Food for thought

  • thetech2

    DOES SHE HAVE BIG BOOBS

    • Brandon

      and he, a small penis

  • MIKEG01sf

    Where are the tools? Douchebags

    • Chim Richels

      Oh boy, are you one of those 'you gotta work on your own car' types?

      The tools are at the dealership where they get the car serviced. Frequently, since it's a Mas.

    • Nerfherder

      #7 Actually they're right there. Though I doubt you'll see fingerprints on any of them.

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