Supercar Haven: Harry Metcalfe Shows Us Around His Garage

Since leaving the helm of the Evo magazine he founded, Harry Metcalfe has kept himself busy (and us entertained) with his video series. It’s called Harry’s Garage, but the thing is that he’s never actually shown us inside the garage itself. But now he’s fixed that with this latest update.

As avid viewers will likely have ascertained by now, Metcalfe has a lot of cars. Not as many as Jay Leno, sure, but more than the rest of us will ever see. And he has a new garage to house it all.

The collection includes a Ferrari, a Pagani, a Maserati, a pair of Lamborghinis, a Porsche, two Mercedes SLs, three Jaguars, two Land Rovers, and enough off-road motorcycles to fill the entry list for the Dakar rally all on his own.

We could itemize the entire collection, but we’ll let you watch the video for yourself to see all the goodies Harry has to play with – some of which have already been featured on other videos, and others to follow soon.


  • Six_Tymes

    pretty cool seeing his collection.

  • fabri99

    I envy the Espada and the C12 quite a lot, but the rest seems… a little mainstream. If I had the chance to have such a garage, it would be way more eccentric. It surely is an impressive collection and there are some truly great cars in there, but I would easily do without some others.

    • jh

      true. how about one supercar, one sportscar, one familycar and one hatchback / rallye car. and maybe an offroader. as for bikes: one supersport, one naked, 2 motocross bikes (250cc 2stroke and that 350 or 450cc 4stroke) and maybe a classic.
      that would be waaaaaaay more than you would or could ever use and would still be very impressive.

      i would go for: one everyday (crazy as mofo) driver, like that evo or a gt3 and one classic supercar, like that countach or a modern like a carrera gt. for everything else: a generation1 subaru forester with that 170bhp turbo engine. done. everything you could want in a nutshell 😉

      • fabri99

        I didn’t mean it in that way, but you have a point. I meant that having the usual Fiat 500, Lotus Elan, Ferrari Testarossa, Lamborghini Countach and Land Rover Defender sure is nice, but…well, I’d be more eccentric. I’d get something more rare.

        • jh

          i know… like a reventon and a pink ultima gtr 😉 i get you point. personally i think, the countach is pretty excentric.

          nowadays, i prefer the ‘undercover’ / sleeper cars that have true potential, but don’t get too much attention – other than buy people who know a thing or two about cars.

          but in regards of the 10-15yrs you are younger than me: i would have said the exact same thing at the time 🙂

  • jh

    this sucker owns two countachs….

  • smartacus

    My favorite is the Pagani.

  • eve mallotfee

    its an “bike collection with some sports car collection”, but super car collection…

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