Garages serve many purposes, from rock band practice hall to office space for high-tech start-ups. They may even contain an automobile (or two or three), as well as the detritus of its owner’s worldly goods – the items that don’t quite merit a place in the home for humans but are worthy of a spot in the home for the car. But no matter what goes on inside the garage, at some point its door is shut and becomes the face it presents to the world. Which ...

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