A Garage Tony Stark Would Envy

Some people collect toys. Not like your toys, of course. They’re busy restoring the plastic classic of the 1980s: the V.A.M.P. Mark II, the Cobra H.I.S.S., and all those transforming robots you left behind in mom and dad’s attic. 

People who treasure the Dreadnok Thunder Machine and the Constructicons do not need a full-sized garage to showcase their babies. But they’re not you. They didn’t spend years restoring a black 1977 Pontiac Trans Am, a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T hard top in Alpine White, and a super-modified 1955 Lincoln Futura that runs on atomic batteries. 

Whether your taste leans toward American-made icons like the 1969 Corvette Stingray or Italian greyhounds like the 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder, your babies deserve a home as posh and elegant as they are. Why on earth would a connoisseur such as yourself choose anything but steel? 

Steel means strength. Building with steel from the ground up provides a significant upgrade from stick-framed buildings. Whether you choose red iron or cold-formed, your garage provides protection from the elements that weaker frames cannot rival. Steel sheeting adds even more protection, shielding your toys from the worst Mother Nature can dish out. 

Steel means security. Steel siding, coupled with steel roll-up doors and secure personnel doors, will provide the first layer of protection for your prized collection. Your building can be fully wired with electricity to power a state of the art security system as well as all the tools you need to keep those vintage classics humming. 

Steel sits on a solid, concrete foundation. Your babies will have a smooth ride inside the garage from point A to B, and that concrete slab can easily be fitted with whatever lift you need to keep them running in top condition. 

Your steel building can be tricked out on the interior any way you like. Whether you prefer the vintage aesthetic of Jesse Duke or the high-tech glitz of Tony Stark, you can make it happen in a steel building. 

Steel offers you everything you need for the ultimate motorhead escape. Just remember a few things when designing your dream garage. 

One, make sure that ceiling is high enough to accommodate the repair lift. 

Two, make those roll-up doors wide and tall enough to let your babies out to play safely. 

And three, build for the collection you want, not the one you have. Sure, 40’ by 60’ will hold what you have now, but you want to be prepared when – not if – that 1963 Aston Martin DB5 falls into your lap! 

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