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Current Blips Car gets a peek inside Adam Carolla's private garage

Sunday, September 11, 2011






Adam Carolla has been called many things – and he has called many people different things – over the years. The noted television host, radio personality, actor, comedian, and famed podcaster is currently hosting The Car Show on SPEED TV with John Salley, Dan Neil and Matt Farah (it airs Wednesday evenings). On a more private level, Mr. Carolla is an avid collector of cars.

When Carolla asked if Autoblog wanted a closer look, we grabbed a camera and headed straight to his home for a private tour of his garage. If you were expecting a one-car shed crammed full of broken toys, outgrown bicycles and his grandma's worn clothing... think again. Carolla is an automobile enthusiast with a very nice, if eclectic, collection of racing and exotic vehicles in a spacious custom-designed storage area on his property.

After descending a metal spiral staircase from the house, we found a well-kept main parking area that held just under a dozen cars very comfortably. The floor is polished concrete, the ceiling painted steel beams and the walls covered in collected memorabilia. There is a lot to look at, and it requires a few moments just to look around and take things in. Unlike many "professional" garages we've visited where everything is mathematically placed and surgically installed, Adam's garage looks like a giant-sized version of something we would have – and we mean that as a compliment. A flat-screen television is hung on one wall and posters and pictures cover the others. There are loose items (half-empty bottles of wax, a dirty car duster, spare helmet visors, etc...) strewn haphazardly on the wood countertops. It is very apparent that Adam's garage is a working arena, not a showroom.



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