Update: Now have one Fiero inside garage! An 86GT I am doing for somebody else. Gets IRM rockers, custom wing and complete paint job. When this is done and comes out, will be able to put 1 Corvette 1 Fiero and 1 Grand Prix in there! (It'll be a while) ------------------ Have a good one!
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Posts: 15677 From: N. Wilkesboro, NC, USA Registered: Nov 1999
Two car garage packed very well here! On top of two snow blowers, some shelving on the back wall, stuff hanging fron the walls, garbage can and recycle bin, and other loose items, there resides a Dodge Dakota pickup and my Fiero inside! Its a little tight but it all fits!
Posts: 1858 From: Lowell, MI. USA Registered: Mar 2001
Yes. I couldn't keep the GT there during the summer, and the Texas sun faded the paint very quickly. But they're both back in there now. Nothing else is very organized, but at least I can park the cars in it. Now that cooler weather is here I can work in there without melting. ...
my one car garage fits two Fieros plus bandsaw, drill press washer dryer and about a ton of other stuff in boxes. built in 50's when we had real full size cars, may fit 4 fieros if all the other stuff was not in there but would be tight
Room for three cars. Right now, Tammy's Wrangler is in there. Two Fieros and a Sonoma are outside. The hull of my donor car is in there and all the suspension parts and cradle assembly are scattered around the rest of the area. Once I get the gas tank out, the hull is outta here. Even if I have to cut it up with a Sawzall.
From the Department of Redundancy Department.
Posts: 1787 From: Decatur, GA, USA Registered: Oct 2000
Our one-car detached garage (built about 6 years ago) is currently occupied by a BMW 3.0 CS, a notorious rustbucket which would dissolve in the rain. The Fiero and Jeep therefore take their chances on the street. I could squeeze a motorcycle beside the BMW, but not a car.
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Posts: 1091 From: Cape Coral, FL Registered: Oct 2001
I normally have room for three in mine. The "two-car" garage is actually one end of a full basement and goes all the way to the back of the house so it's like 1.5 regular cars deep (Maybe 2 Fieros would fit ). Normally I put my 87 GT in the front and use a floor jack to turn it sideways against the back wall. Then my truck (Chevy 1500 ex-cab short bed) will fit in behind it with 3-4 feet to spare with the door shut. The other side has my air compressor, tools, yard equip, etc. with enough room for my wife's C240.
This week, the garage has been taken over for a body/paint project on my 94 Crown Vic. The Fiero was moved to the backyard, my wife's car gets the extra space when the other isn't being worked on and my truck is in the driveway.
Posts: 2528 From: Lehigh Valley, PA Registered: Jul 2000
I've got plenty of room in mine, but only because I haven't moved in yet. I suppose my Jeep should get a spot in there since it doesn't have a roof or doors and it's going to be needed to clear the driveway when it snows. My truck is worth more than any of the Fieros, so that should probably get it's own bay. That leaves one bay to work in. Fieros will be parked outside.
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Posts: 1809 From: Virginia Beach VA Registered: Apr 2001
garage? oh garage. well la ti da Mr. French man. its a car hold. yes and no. we have a 1 car detached garage i mean car hold. we recently ripped out and re did it. and i can fit a car now but my step brother came back from california and he needed some where to store all his stuff so now its packed but once he gets his own place we'll be able to fit a car
------------------ Adam J. B.
you gotta keep on keepin on... IM AOL: GTFiero & Rumpdetective (dont ask)