Brad Whitford's home garage
When you've been a member of one of the world's most successful and enduring rock bands, you pretty much can get whatever you want. Take Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford, for example. He loves cars. In his oh-so-sweet home garage he has (big breath here)..... a 1966 Chevy Impala SS, two 1967 Corvettes, a 1969 Camaro Z28, a 2001 Corvette Z06, a 1972 Super Cheyenne pickup, a 2002 Dodge Viper GTS, a 1967 Shelby GT500, a 1994 Porsche Turbo, a 1973 Porsche 911, a 1949 Chevy pickup, a 1979 VW Super Beetle, and a 1967 Chevelle SS396. But who knows? By today, the line-up could have changed.
Brad's home garage is actually located in a totally tricked out barn complete with an R&R loft, a media center and a guitar practice studio - talk about 'Toys in the Attic!' His garage is where he likes to go to get away from the lights, noise and demands of touring and recording with the band.
"Working on my cars is therapy," he says. "I love to come back here after we've been on tour and retreat to my garage. I go from car to car - 'this one needs a new seal-this one needs gaskets on the trannie.' It's a great release for me."
Work this way.
Did we mention that Brad is part of rock royalty and gets whatever he wants? Well, that explains all the gleaming green/yellow Lista storage and workspace products lining the walls of his garage. "The quality of Lista's stuff is fantastic. It looks great and gives me the storage I need."
Specifically, his Lista stuff includes drawer storage cabinets with butcher block tops, a workbench that doubles as a computer desk, overhead cabinets for larger items, and a mobile cabinet for tool access wherever it's needed.
"I knew about Lista from following auto racing," Brad explains. "Lots of F1 teams use Lista equipment. So when I outfitted my garage, I went with Lista. It's perfect. Lista stuff makes the room work phenomenally."