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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1942'': Golden Age Wonder Woman had a secret ''hanger'' for her space worthy stealth plane, complete with a chemistry lab set up and adjoining space for her usually conspicuously absent horse Serge.

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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1942'': ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' [[ComicBook/WonderWoman1942 Vol 1]]: UsefulNotes/{{The Golden Age Age|OfComicBooks}} Wonder Woman had a secret ''hanger'' for her space worthy stealth plane, complete with a chemistry lab set up and adjoining space for her usually conspicuously absent horse Serge.

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* ''ComicBook/WonderWoman1942'': Golden Age Wonder Woman had a secret ''hanger'' for her space worthy stealth plane, complete with a chemistry lab set up and adjoining space for her usually conspicuously absent horse Serge.


* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Transformers}}'' the Autobots' crashed space ship served this function for the entire team.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Transformers}}'' ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' the Autobots' crashed space ship served this function for the entire team.


* Lightning [=McQueen=]'s trailer from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}''.

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* Lightning [=McQueen=]'s trailer from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}''. This being Cars, the semi pulling it is a character. His name is Mack.


* Jay Leno's garage. Being a lover of all things car and motorcycle related Leno has the largest collection of cars and motorcycles ever. Now that's a pretty cool garage - especially seeing as Jay's got quite a lot of cool cars. The mini-series ''Jay Leno's Garage'' shows off how cool Jay's car collection is.

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* Jay Leno's Creator/JayLeno's garage. Being a lover of all things car and motorcycle related Leno has the largest collection of cars and motorcycles ever. Now that's a pretty cool garage - especially seeing as Jay's got quite a lot of cool cars. The mini-series ''Jay Leno's Garage'' shows off how cool Jay's car collection is.



* ''GarageMahal,'' on the DIY Network, is all about building these.

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* ''GarageMahal,'' ''Series/GarageMahal,'' on the DIY Network, is all about building these.



* While not as extensive as Leno's (Whose is though?) Adam Carrolla has a wonderful garage full of vintage Datsuns, Porches, and Cobras.

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* While not as extensive as Leno's (Whose is though?) Adam Carrolla Creator/AdamCarrolla has a wonderful garage full of vintage Datsuns, Porches, and Cobras.


Does the hero have a CoolCar? Then the hero needs a cool garage. The garage has to come up to the car's level. It's only fair.

If the CoolCar in your series is not bringing in the UsefulNotes/{{ratings}}, well... you forgot the CoolGarage.

The Cool Garage may come with its own resident GadgeteerGenius to serve as a mechanic, if the CoolCar is so advanced that the hero cannot work on it himself.

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Does the hero have a CoolCar? Then the hero needs a cool garage. The garage -- and not just any garage would do. It has to come be a '''cool''' garage that is up to the car's level. It's only fair.

If the CoolCar in your series is not bringing in the UsefulNotes/{{ratings}}, well... you forgot the CoolGarage.

The Cool Garage
fair. It may even come with its own resident GadgeteerGenius to serve as a mechanic, if the CoolCar is so advanced that the hero cannot work on it himself.


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The garage equivalents for other modes of CoolTransportation, such as a CoolPlane's hangar, also qualify if they fulfill the "as cool as the vehicle it houses" criterion.


* Franchise/TheGreenHornet parked his Black Beauty in a revolving garage.

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* Franchise/TheGreenHornet Series/TheGreenHornet parked his Black Beauty in a revolving garage.


* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' had the Batcave. The [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries animated series version]] not only contains the Batmobile, but a whole fleet of cars of various models when Batman needs a less conspicuous ride.

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' had the Batcave. The [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries animated series version]] not only contains the Batmobile, but a whole fleet of cars of various models when Batman needs a less conspicuous ride. The cave also houses the Redbird during [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Tim's stint as Robin]], as well as ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'s modified motorcycle while Dick is operating in Gotham.


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* ''ComicBook/RedRobin'': When Tim built his own base under a renovated theater in Crime Alley it included a sweet garage with a couple of tricked out motorcycles and a new Redbird and the space and tools to modify and tinker with them.


* An animated example could be ''RudeDogAndTheDweebs'', where the garage was the house.
* In ''{{Transformers}}'' the Autobots' crashed space ship served this function for the entire team.

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* An animated example could be ''RudeDogAndTheDweebs'', ''WesternAnimation/RudeDogAndTheDweebs'', where the garage was the house.
* In ''{{Transformers}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Transformers}}'' the Autobots' crashed space ship served this function for the entire team.


* ''{{Freakazoid}}'' had a giant garage that he used in one episode, to fit his personal CoolCar, the Freakmobile. The building was filled with hundreds of identical vehicles, which the Freak wandered around for a time before picking a favorite: "This one! 'Cause it runs!"

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* ''{{Freakazoid}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' had a giant garage that he used in one episode, to fit his personal CoolCar, the Freakmobile. The building was filled with hundreds of identical vehicles, which the Freak wandered around for a time before picking a favorite: "This one! 'Cause it runs!"


* ''VideoGame/TestDrive Unlimited'' series. You can go from a small caravan and a two car garage to a ''five million dollar yacht with it's own vectral, eight car garage.''
* ''{{VideoGame/Fallout 4}}'' has the Red Rocket Station, a mostly intact gas station smack dab in the middle of the Wastes. Unfortunately you can't get any vehicles[[note]]until the inevitable GameMod comes out[[/note]] but it serves as a player home. You can fortify and decorate the place however you like, store stuff, sleep, craft and modify items, keep your companions there and customize your PowerArmour.

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* ''VideoGame/TestDrive Unlimited'' The ''VideoGame/TestDriveUnlimited'' series. You can go from a small caravan and a two car garage to a ''five million dollar yacht with it's its own vectral, eight car garage.''
* ''{{VideoGame/Fallout 4}}'' has the Red Rocket Station, a mostly intact gas station smack dab in the middle of the Wastes. Unfortunately Unfortunately, you can't get any vehicles[[note]]until the inevitable GameMod comes out[[/note]] but it serves as a player home. You can fortify and decorate the place however you like, store stuff, sleep, craft and modify items, keep your companions there and customize your PowerArmour.


* One of the boards in MarioParty 6 is E. Gadd's Garage, named after the GadgeteerGenius who has stocked it with teleporters, conveyor belts, and other such gadgets.

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* One of the boards in MarioParty 6 ''VideoGame/MarioParty6'' is E. Gadd's Garage, named after the GadgeteerGenius who has stocked it with teleporters, conveyor belts, and other such gadgets.


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* One of the boards in MarioParty 6 is E. Gadd's Garage, named after the GadgeteerGenius who has stocked it with teleporters, conveyor belts, and other such gadgets.

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** And it's not just the cars, but all the car-related memorabillia, artwork and whatnot.

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