• Jul 13, 2006
If you're like us, you probably already own a copy of Ultimate Garages by Phil Berg, who in his career has been a former editor of both AutoWeek and Car & Driver. Ultimate Garages is that one gift friends and family members know you'll like for sure.

Mr. Berg, now enjoying a successful freelance career, has moved his book online to UltimateGarages.net, which features stories and pics of Garage Mahals that are worthy of your envy. Some innovative elements on the site include tips from garage experts about building your perfect automotive abode, product reviews and a 'swap meet'.

Ultimate Garages the book is pure auto indulgence and fantasy for most of us, so props to Mr. Berg for bringing us a new way to live vicariously through the wealthy.

[Source: UltimateGarages.net via Winding Road]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      One day I hope to have a garage and vehicles worth of publication. For now, I will have to be content with a two-car garage.

      After I am done with my '56 Chevy Stepside Truck, I will be kicking the Explorer out of the garage. Then I will start work on building the vehicle that will kick the Camry out of the other slot. Hmm. A '67 GT0 sounds nice.
      • 8 Years Ago
      i HAVE A BIKE