Over at MyFordGarage.com, fans of the brand can peruse all sorts of stuff emblazoned with the Blue Oval. From Ford-themed wall art to cabinets plastered with the image of a tire-smoking Shelby Cobra, they got it.

But Ford has taken the art of selling merch to the next level by teaming with PremierGarage, a company specializing in design and customization of garages. By partnering with Ford, PG is able to legally use all of Ford's historic logos, names, images, etc. in creating the perfect lair for your Lariat, the most amazing Mustang-themed man cave, or your very own House of Henry, an homage to Ford himself.

Better yet, PremierGarage will come to your house for a free consultation and an estimate of just how broke your love of the Ford Landau will leave you.
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Ford Dream Garage: Perhaps one of the most interesting displays at the Ford booth, this is literally a two-car dream garage of nearly 750 square feet, built right into the stand. Dream Garage has been developed to showcase the brand's commitment to helping enthusiasts imagine, create and install custom garages in their homes.

Embracing the trend of customizing garages, Ford recently launched a new website – www.MyFordGarage.com – to make the ultimate dream garage an installed, ready-to-use reality. Through the new website, enthusiasts can browse customized garage goods branded with iconic Ford names including Ford Racing, Vintage Ford, Built Ford Tough, Mustang, Mustang Boss 302 or F-150 SVT Raptor. Hundreds of related branded garage items are also available, including bar stools, tables, flooring, neon signs and wall graphics.

Thanks to a partnership with Iconic Brand Collection, full design and installation services for MyFordGarage.com customers are available in most major North America markets. Authorized installers are even available for free in-house consultation, making the creation of the ultimate man cave easier than ever.

Created especially for the 2012 SEMA show, the Ford Dream Garage features Iconic Brand Collection Cabinets, Swisstrax flooring and Fathead graphics. Four unique themes are featured: Built Ford Tough, Vintage Ford, Mustang, and a section designed to celebrate Tanner Foust's Focus ST. For added fun, there's a Microsoft Forza Horizon gaming station.


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      Bobby_Sards
      • 2 Years Ago
      imagining this in some poor suburban town gives me the shivers. Building a garage like that is like wearing a FORD shirt while driving your mustang
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      Joe Carter
      • 2 Years Ago
      That's odd. My dream garage is one with a Viper in it.
      JF
      • 2 Years Ago
      "Ford will send a consultant to help install Ford decals in your dream garage"
      alba.tross
      • 2 Years Ago
      I have the Mustang, the Focus and the Family hauler, a Taurus X. I'm ready for this. I could see myself being a part of the consulting and design crew.
      bubba_roe
      • 2 Years Ago
      I dont want Ford anywhere near my garage. Theyll have it decked out in Nascar, budwiser and other white trash paraphernalia.