Welcome to the forum. I really like your picture. If your willing to spend some cash on the garage I would put up dry wall and paint it as Peter suggested. You could also tile the floor with Linoleum which is durable and easy to clean but Peter is right the list goes on and on.
My goal is to start remodeling at the end of the summer and I've been toying with a number of 'crazy' ideas -- I kind of like the mirrors on the walls down at the local Ferrari dealer (makes it look like there are lots of cars) and was thinking about trying to do something similar, at least on a side wall. Mirrors would be a little strange in a garage though. I'll probably go with linoleum or tile for the floor... we'll see.
Thanks, I'm glad you liked the pic. I really don't have any good ones since my garage is still in fairly sorry shape. I'll post a few when/if I finish...someday. Here's the only other shot I have of both cars together.
Thanks Andrew. That's a hard question to answer. The 308 and TR aren't that much a like but I do enjoy both for their own unique merits. Whichever one I'm driving is my favorite... it's kind of like "which child do you like most." Ok, so I don't have children but it must be something like that
Prior to getting the TR, I was in the 'Ferraris have to be red' camp. But after seeing the Blue Chiaro Metalico Testarossa I changed my tune. I haven't seen many other Blue Chiaro Ferraris (I did see a 355). My above photos really don't do the color justice.
I'm glad to see you made your way over here. I thought I recognized that 308 and TR! I was thinking (scary, I know) that there weren't any GT4's on your site. Any thoughts? I love that garage. I think I'd sleep in there with a bed in between the two cars. That way, there wouldn't be such a thing as waking up on the wrong side of the bed... :wink: Thanks again for posting my pics on your site!
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