Automotive collectors are an interesting bunch. Oftentimes, their lives revolve around the pursuit and acquisition of iconic wonders that are both elegant, and rare. As you might expect, this takes a significant amount of time, effort, and money to achieve, leaving them with little in the way of material possession. However, San Diego Family Therapist Joerg Ineichen is not one of those people.
His California home, dubbed “House For A Car Collector” is a testament to that fact. As an efficient enthusiast with a passion for vintage Porsches, he wanted to protect his investments in the most unassuming way possible — by building a brilliant, 2,500 square-foot home on top of an equally-notable underground garage. Up top, Ineichen’s daily drivers — a 2006 Jeep Wrangler, and 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro — would cause anyone to assume otherwise. However, as soon as you descend into the garage’s lower quarter (via elevator), a very different picture is presented. A handful of classics, including a 1957 Speedster, 1992 964 RS, and 2004 Carrera GT lie in wait.
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