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About Dream Car Garage
For all of us at Dream Car Garage, having fun with cars is something we do for a living. It's a part of who we are and who our friends and colleagues are. It's a wonderful life and we'd like to share the spirit of that with our viewers.

As any regular viewer will tell you, we don't take ourselves too seriously; so neither should you. However, we've been so fortunate over the years to have been invited to drive and enjoy some of the very best there is.

We believe that the automobile is meant to be driven. So that's what we do every week on the show. We hope you enjoy the ride, thanks for watching.

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Peter Klutt 2000 to 2011
Long before Peter graduated from university or high school for that matter, he has been restoring collector cars. Peter has also bought and sold literally thousands of classic cars with regular customers all over the planet.

As President of Legendary Motorcar, Peter Klutt heads up a team of highly skilled restoration artists, mechanical geniuses and gifted craftsmen. Legendary Motorcar's new home in Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada covers almost 40,000 square feet including a state of the art restoration facility, a showroom and a museum including some 100 examples of collector cars.

Peter is also a competitive race car driver and races a 1969 Corvette in the Sports Car Vintage Racing Association where he has chalked up an impressive 13 wins in the past three years, and also competes in the NASCAR Canadian Tire series.

Marni Van Dyk - Co-Host - 2011- 2012
Marni Van Dyk got her start in sketch comedy while attending Queen’s University. In 2008 she moved to Toronto and began writing and performing for various productions and co-founded the sketch group She Said What. Nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award. Marni can be seen regularly on stage in Toronto performing comedy, as well as in the upcoming Discovery Channel hidden camera TV series Prank Science. When attempting to not crash very expensive cars, Marni can also be found contributing her writing to mock fashion and lifestyle blogs and voicing a boy super-hero for the animated TV series Justice League of America's The 99.

Marni’s personal dream car? A 1970 Gremlin, icon of a past era

Michelle Jobin - Co-Host - 2009 and 2010
Her background in the television industry has been diverse - from local and national weather forecasts, to interviewing celebrities at the Toronto International Film Festival, to profiling great new restaurants, and now incredible cars - there has always been something new and exciting for her to tell viewers about.

That’s why Michelle is passionate about television. Fortunately, she’s also always been passionate about driving fast (just ask her Dad!), and so being a part of the Dream Car Garage team has been a natural fit. And of course, she’s now learned that it’s not about driving fast, it’s about driving with skill. Working on the show has been an incredible experience – her first time driving a Lamborghini (yay V10!), spending the day at the track at Mosport in a Porsche GT3 RS, interviewing Ron Fellows – every day has been an adventure.

Michelle’s personal dream car? The 2010 Audi R8 V10….too beautiful for words.

Ron Fellows - Guest Host - 2008 to 2010 Ron Fellows is a charter member of the championship-winning Corvette Racing team. He did the initial testing and development with the Corvette C5-R, and scored Corvette Racing’s first ALMS victory in September 2000 at Texas Motor Speedway.

Fellows is recognized as one of North America’s most versatile road racing drivers; winning in series that span the spectrum of motorsports, from NASCAR to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

Tom Hnatiw - Co-Host 2000 to 2008

Writer, broadcaster, producer, and automotive television show host. Producer and host of "Dream Car Garage", broadcast on the SPEED Channel. Tom has become a well-known automotive personality as host of the successful TV show "Dream Car Garage". Writer of a widely-read automotive column, featured in newspapers such as the Toronto Star. Also Co-owner of a 5000 square-foot race shop. Raced successfully for 15 years; crowned Canadian GT3 Co-champion in 1998.Tom has hosted a bunch of television shows about cars over the last fifteen years and worked as a race announcer for just about every road racing series going.

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