As much as we all love our Aero Cars it is impossible to drive, race or show them all the time regardless of how much we would like to. As a result, the concept of the “Man Cave” as a place to hang out with our beloved monuments to the late 60s and early 70s race cars has become a passion for many of us. If you are like me, I spend almost as much time if not more in my Man Cave as I do in the cars. These days I probably spend as much time fixing up the Cave as working on the cars. Winter is especially an inviting time to just sit back with friends on the couch under the neon and talk cars.
We have seen photos and even visited Man Caves of some of the very elite collectors. We know of the over the top monuments put together by the wealth of some collectors. However, we are fonder of the Man Caves that feature the unique and hard to find or obtain auto related memorabilia of the average collector. These contain the kind of trinkets we may actually be able to obtain if we are lucky enough to find them. In our case we have a fixation with the late 60’s and early 70’s Aero Wars. As a result our Man Cave is but a small tribute to the Aero Wars still being fought in our garage!
We are going to start of series of Posts on some of our favorite items from our own Man Cave and request that you send along some of yours to share with others on our site. If you want to remain anonymous just request we don’t include your name or what other info you want to keep private. Send your photos to RFleener@comcast.net.