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Here are a few pictures of my garage.
I am a home builder, my first Street Rod Nats was 72, and i have been into street rods for many years. Now in my home shop, I have gotten into Muscle cars, and I love Camaros.The blue 69 was done about 8 years ago.
This is our 3 car garage with a 2nd floor diner type set up upstairs for the teens. Below is a 2 bay workshop where builds are done. We are located in Armonk N.Y.
My '55 Chevy at rest in my home machine shop.  1500 sq ft., heated and cooled.  Friend's cars in the air.   Moe Marasco's Shop
This is my typical man cave. Many street rodders refer to their car as the other woman. How true, my 1936 P1 Plymouth Coupe, she's a real beauty. Enjoy. - Kirbie Metheney
Check out Jr Dugas' CTH Automotive, located in Greenwich, New York.
Check out Gene Foster's garage, filled with a bunch of cool cars. There's a 1936 Ford that was found in a barn; a very good project that was started and never finished. A 1937 Ford convertible that's been done for about 7 years shares space in the garage.
Check out Paul Miarecki's working garage that houses a '38 Chevy Coupe which he found right here on Hot Rod Hotline, along with his newly finished '40 Ford Coupe. Thanks for sending us these shots, Paul!
Installing a 2013 SRT8 392 ci Hemi in my 1932 Ford Hiboy Roadster with my best bud Jim and my 86 year old Dad. I think a 1900 pound car and 500hp sounds fun to me. - Randy
Kenny Dean's Garage, submitted by Jeff Berry.

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