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Not only is a garage a practicality when owning and caring for a classic vehicle, it can be a reflection of the owner as well. Many garages are stocked with the needed items; tool boxes, work benches, welders and air compressors but lack the je ne sais quoi to make it feel like home. Other garages, on the other hand, are adorned as much (if not more so) than the home of the owner.

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Ancient tools have caught on as a garage accessory, finding them in any condition at flea markets and yard sales keeps down costs and adds the look of old school patina. Neon signs are costly but beautiful and some can be had at a small cost by sheer luck or by ordering modern reproductions. Original gas pumps or reproductions are gorgeous, especially if you have the room for them. What’s a garage without the obligatory pin up girl (or boy in some cases)? Swimsuit calendars are still the rage and provide a new look every month.

If your garage isn't up to snuff then you can scroll through the slideshow for more ideas. It doesn't have to cost a fortune to make the garage feel like home.

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