The book that goes behind the garage door . . . Guys and Garages peers into one of the last strongholds of American maleness...the garage. Meet fifty guys who love every minute of being in their special "man space," where they can hole up, collect, invent, tinker, create, play games, watch TV, smoke, swap tall tales, get dirty, make a mess--and still fix a car. This collection is a tribute to men and their manly habitats, including "bug man" Bill W., who restores old Volkswagen Beetles; Moe, who constructs modern medieval armor; and Barry, who assembles fossil skeletons. Boat builders, stone sculptors, music makers--they're all here.Breese, Helena Day is the author of 'Guys and Garages', published 2008 under ISBN 9780762744435 and ISBN 076274443X.