Ferrari owner builds state-of-the-art garage for his 1984 Ferrari 512

There are many different ways to show your affection to your car. This Los Angeles man decided to give his 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi a home of its own.

Holger Schubert, a resident of Brentwood, California, loves his Ferrari so much that he decided that a simple old garage would not be enough for his car. So, he decided to build it its own glass room that even comes with its own ocean view. If you’re wondering how he gets it in and out of the room, Schubert had a ten-foot-long, fifteen-foot-high bridge that has a hydraulic ramp on one end installed. Sounds a little too wild, doesn’t it?

Turns out, Schubert’s ‘Ferrari Room’ has been the subject of critical acclaim, most notably from Architectural Digest, which awarded the garage with their Design Driven 2009 award.

It sounds a little too overboard but if you’re willing to spend $1.5 million – the amount Schubert reportedly spent – for something like this, then, hey, it’s your money.


5 comments:

That guy’s treating his car like a wife, treating the car so special that he even build its own garage.

A classic supercar as hot as that Ferrari does deserve a good treatment from a good owner and with that garage, it does show that it has landed on good hands. I’d probably do the same if on someway I manage to have the money to earn a car as hot as that and the money to build a garage for it. But the truth is, those cars cost a lot and to have one can mean a lot of hard work and savings.

Now there goes a man who loves his car, but I have to wonder though, does he still take it out for a spin? It would be a shame and waste if it were just stuck in his garage. I mean this cars are meant to roar loudly and run fast in the streets.

Hey dumbazz I know where you can get a Bugatti veyron cheap!

he really love his ferrari than his wife, well that’s a lot of money to spent. can imagine $1.5million for a ferarri room.

*Registration is required to post in this forum

Back to top