A lot of people collect cars.
Tyson Hugie effectively collected an entire dealership.
The Phoenix car fanatic created "Hugie Acura," a 1990s-era showroom for the brand, inside his home. A 15-minute video tour he posted on his YouTube channel shows his six-car garage and adjacent laundry room filled with Acura photographs, brochures, repair manuals and memorabilia. A TV plays more than 140 Acura commercials from the 1990s on a loop, and a binder inside a glass case holds samples of the carpet and paint dealerships were required to use at the time.
The garage itself contains six cars: a 1992 NSX, 1996 SLX, 1994 Legend sedan, 1994 Legend coupe, 1994 Vigor and 1992 Integra GS-R, each with the window sticker attached.
Although Hugie isn't an Acura dealer, he's well known to brand officials for racking up 500,000 miles on his Legend coupe back in 2013. Acura invited him to its headquarters in California and commemorated the milestone with a banner, which hangs on the wall of his garage showroom.