The Best World’s Car Ever: Inside Dream Garages

Some people collect exotic and luxury cars like others collect art. Here is a list of some famous dream garages, filled with exotic, rare and luxury cars around the world

Some people collect exotic and luxury cars like others collect art. Here is a list of some famous dream garages, filled with exotic, rare and luxury cars around the world:

  • Jay Leno’s Big Dog Garage
    Tonight Show host Jay Leno is a consummate car collector, and his garage full of vintage and exotic cars proves it. We’ll take a look at the modern-day exotic cars he keeps on hand.
  • Ron Tonkin, Ferrari Dealer and Collector
    Ron Tonkin was one of the first Ferrari importers in the U.S., and he has the private Portland, Oregon, warehouse filled with Prancing Horses from every era to prove it.
  • The Collier Collection
    Miles Collier’s private museum in Naples, Florida, is more than a garage full of cars. He has a restoration shop on site, a collection of Cunningham racers, and his first car, a blue Porsche 356.
  • Seinfeld’s Porsches
    Though he’s secretive about the number, insiders believe comedian Jerry Seinfeld has one of the largest collections of Porsches in the world. One thing is for sure — his enthusiasm is without question, as he’s been spotted driving at least two dozen models.
  • The Million-Dollar Garage
    Nothing less than the best will do for a collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Rolls-Royces, and maybe a Maybach or two. The best will set an enthusiast back a minimum of $1 million, and can skyrocket to $20 million faster than a McLaren F1.

Here are some photos from the best world’s dream garages and car collections. Don’t forget to check other photos from the gallery after the jump. [DreamGarage via JoeJet]


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