This is part 2 of Tim Allen’s shares his garage tour. Tim shares his private garage containing a diverse vehicle collection of muscle vehicles, customs, Porsche, and Jag! Some celeb garages only have new vehicles, but Tim is an authentic hot rodder and takes pleasure in building vehicles and driving fast. On this two-part tour, you will see all of Tim’s automobiles and which includes the 1933 Ford Roadster that he constructed on the set of Home Improvement.
Tim is an American actor and comedy performer. He is known for playing Tim “The Toolman” Taylor on the situation comedy Home Improvement and Mike Baxter on the Last Man Standing.
0:00 – Intro
0:15 – Ford GT350H
1:47 – 1950 Caddy
3:02 – Cadillac Fleetwood BDE
4:23 – Jaguar E-type
5:44 – Ford Falcon CJ
7:46 – Nova Custom
9:40 – 46′ Ford Custom
10:50 – 33′ Ford Custom
11:19 – Camaro Restomod
12:45 – Porsche 911s SWB
14:40 – Porsche 356
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Tim, just doesn’t seem like a true car guy to me.
Did anybody think that it was a little bit dark in that warehouse see the cars really well?
C’mon Tim, how about at least a run down on the make model and year of each car you are discussing?
I like probably 5 percent of all his collection. The rest I’d keep em in a museum. U guys should’ve showed us the demon
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More than half of his collection is crap no guy from Detroit should care about
Tim Allen did a television commercial for a 1984 Oldsmobile and a magazine ad for a 1984 Chevrolet Chevette!!!
It’s amazing what you can buy when you roll over on your coke friends
Excuse my ignorance but what is the cables going to each vehicles engine?? Is it to keep the batteries charged when they are not in use for so long?
It was Enzo Ferrari himself who once said, “Jaguar’s E-Type is the most beautiful car in the world.”