As requested, the S3 tucked up in it's new home (with it's stablemate outside) :
wow!!! can we have some pics of the 205 please!!
actually can i just have the 205?? ;-)
Garages are funny things, as they're almost never big enough to be as useful as you'd think.
That looks like a fairly standard double, but you'll find if you actually park two cars in it you'll have just about enough room to squeeze down the side of them. Or you park one car in it with room to work on it, and then you've tonnes of wasted space, which inevitably gets filled up with "stuff" meaning you can only ever fit one car in it.
Nice garage Dave.
My issue is the brick wall separating the front doors. If I need to work on the car I have to drive in through 1 door and drive diagonally across to give me enough room. When I can afford to I will get an RSJ and take the wall out and get a big double door:
[Dave B];1637900 said:There's plenty of time for double doors, you're probably in a similar position to me where all of a sudden your 'man to do list' has just had a load of home improvement jobs added to it, which the missus has prioritised over anything garage or car related!
No, the display garages were originally stables which we had converted. Still they do the job when detailing though, keeps the elements out.
I do all my car work in the oak garages now though, much easier to move around the car, but it doesn't have underfloor heating.