The Holy Grail Garage Is A Church-Turned-Car-Storage Temple
A paradise for cars. For gearboxes and car nuts, we have different versions, depending on the brands we are fans of. We’ve already seen a 90s themed Acura car paradise, while some car paradises are filled with exotic hypercars (and now four Bugattis) like Manny Khoshbin’s.
But if there is a real paradise for cars, I think we could have found a passage and it’s called The Holy Grail garage in East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Why then, ask yourself? Well, for starters, it’s literally a church – at least it was, and you can almost feel the sanctity of the cars stored in this place.
The Holy Grail garage (HGG) is owned by Mike Fanto. According to the website, HGG was built from an abandoned church, which explains the architectural style. It’s perfectly appropriate, however, and as I mentioned, the whole thing has a holy aura, especially for car nuts.
Aside from a storage garage for exotic cars and normal valuables, its concept includes a special car club that connects members with great amenities within the establishment. Storage spaces have 24 hour surveillance, fire systems, washing bay, detail area, etc.
HGG also offers a clubhouse lounge for its members, which includes amenities such as multiple large screen TVs, a pool table, a cigar room, a bar / lounge, and more. And yes, as a customer, you will also be part of an exclusive community of reducers like you.
We don’t know exactly how much the membership is, but the HGG website says that slots and spaces are limited. By the way, motorcycles are also welcome.