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ESCONDIDO (CBS 8) - Testosterone has found a home on Grand Avenue in Escondido.

"It's exciting to see guys come in here and have a shop on the street that's tailored to them," Cheryl Nauman said.

Grand Garage Gear can turn any enclave into a man cave.

"We do everything from the garage floor, custom cabinets, and then there's the 50s to 60s car theme as well," Cheryl said.

It's a road show for the male ego. Grand Garage Gear features replica gas pumps, remnants of the days when patrol was affordable. And don't throw away those old boxes of albums and 45s.

Here you'll find the father of all stainless steel, wood block tool benches. Miss the old drive-in? How about a set of speakers from the passion pit?

"We have this one hooked into our jukebox, but you can have it plugged into your TV or stereo system," Cheryl said.

Inside this male bastion, females find plenty of satisfaction.

"The women love it too, because it makes the holidays, the birthdays and Father's Day easy for shopping," Cheryl said. "Guys love their toys, and this is a great place to find that."

In this nostalgic big boy play pen, whatever was old is new again.


Grand Garage Gear
158 E. Grand Avenue
Escondido, CA 92027
(760) 745-1270

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