D.B. Cooper , Dec 05, 2010; 06:59 p.m.
I was intrigued, so I checked around. His name isn't Garagem...that's Portuguese for 'garage'. The website (hagopgaragem.com) has substantial unfilled content space devoted to the restoration of a 1948 Wolesley Eight...loosely, the site is called Hagop's Garage. His name appears to be Hagop Koulkdjian (evidently an Armenian immigrant to Brazil). The slideshows are evidently put together by his grandson (listed as 'Hagop Koulkdjian Neto' in the slideshow credits; 'neto' being Portuguese for 'grandson', but it could be a surname/family name). He selected the images, added music, and created the slideshow (there are several on the website in PowerPoint). A lot of the pics were evidently taken in the USA, but other slideshows feature Portuguese soccer team pics, bocce, and roller hockey, so who knows who took what pics? If Hagop (grandpa) indeed took them, he certainly got around - there are images from (at least) Brazil, Italy, Israel, Washington (D.C.), and Cincinnati, Ohio on the site. It was interesting, though.