Car Cathedral - Fine Homebuilding
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Car Cathedral

comments (1) April 20th, 2012 in Project Gallery

The "car cathedral" is a 20,000 sq. ft. timber frame structure that will house an amazing collection of muscle cars when completed.  This incredible barn, located outside of Houston, TX, is over 53' at it's peak.  The timber frame structure was completed by Texas Timber Frames, a San Antonio company with over 25 years of designing and fabricating some of the most beautiful and interesting buildings in the nation.


Design or Plan used: My own design - Car Cathedral
posted in: Project Gallery, green building, architecture, framing, lumber, outdoor spaces, timber-frame, log home, barn, truss

Comments (1)

TheTimberTailor TheTimberTailor writes: Talk about a Garage-mahal... wow! Please post some photos when the project is complete?
Posted: 9:17 pm on April 20th

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