There is a two car garage in the real world, but it has one car, a bike set and some yard tools.
My ideal real-world garage would now be a big car and a small car with a teacher’s budget. When I’m feeling adventurous, this will be like Sequoia and Miata. When I’m feeling economical, this will be a minivan and a Nissan Leaf. Bargain hunting is everywhere.
My $300,000 garage is surprisingly complex, most of what I actually want isn’t expensive enough to fill $300,000. But since this is for science’s sake, I’ll try. Here are some ideas:
Lexus LS 500h and Range Rover Long Wheelbase
Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid & 4×4 Sprinter Spotsmobile Conversion
Rivian RS1 and Porsche Taycan
Raptor R & Ferrari FF GT AWD
Old school fun:
1956 Chevy Nomad Restomod & 63 Vette Splitback
Mint brown manual Volvo wagon with V8-switched Paul Newman-style and VW Vanagon Westfalia Synchro w/Subie Swap from STI.
What I would most likely do:
4×4 Sportsmobile Conversion & Rav4 Prime
In each case, suppose I select them with full potential and/or provide quality parts/labor.
Of course, what I really want to do is buy everything I can turn around and sell it right away for $300,000. Then pay for my house, and buy a Sienna Hybrid with rooftop racks, a titanium mountain bike, a use-fit Miata, a hand-crafted steel touring bike, a canoe, maybe a bunch of cheap exotic/fun bikes, and a nice dinner.
Weirdisgood went a different path: Instead of choosing two cars to cover each base, they listed two cars and options for every need. After all, why not double up on the tastes of your cars?
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