Video: Check Out Holley’s My Garage Pages

Social media is the main source for majority of our everyday news. Whether it is politics, sports, cars, etc. we rely on platforms like Facebook and Instagram to show us what we want. The problem is that these social media platforms like to push their agenda on us; only showing us what they think we want to see. Most of the time we are sifting through videos of dancing llamas to get to the automotive stuff we really want to see. That is why Holley created My Garage, just for all of us gear heads.

Imagine a place that is filled with nothing but you buddies builds? Finding new friends with other killer builds and learning about them. Although My Garage  is very new, it is already almost to 1k profiles. Like most of us who have multiple builds you can add more cars to “your garage”. It is a great way to show off your ride no matter what stage it is in. No more creeping through a strangers photos on other platforms just to see what projects they have.

You might think, “Oh it’s just some pictures” but in reality Holley spent a lot of time and money developing this site just for us. The other great part is in your build you can create wish lists. You can give each list a different title for example fuel system, exhaust, electrical, etc. This really helps keep all your parts organized for future buying.

Holley also threw in a little competition within the My Garage with their Build Points. You will receive Build Points for adding details and modifications on your vehicle. Having more points than your friends will score you some bragging rights but it could also get you some free stuff. Users with the most Build Points will have opportunities to be featured on the Holley site and can be eligible to win some Holley swag!

We invite you to create your own My Garage on Holley’s website and go give Project Orange Crush a follow. Holley posted a short video on Facebook and happen to click on Project Orange Crush’s profile. Leave us a comment and we will follow you back.

Check out our new website feature called “my garage”! It’s a great place to talk about your ride and see what other people are working on! Make a free account today!

Posted by Holley Performance Products on Monday, August 12, 2019

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Gavin Wollenburg

Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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