I am frequently asked how it is that I can store seven Chevys in a three car garage. I’ve explained it verbally. I’ve drawn it on the back of napkins. I’ve even used knives, forks and plates to show how it’s done. No method has left the questioner fully satisfied. There’s always that look of, “Well, I guess I get it.”
I finally decided that the best way to show how it’s done is to create a video. With the very considerable help of others who are much more capable than me, we put one together.
For any of you who may be wondering how anyone could (or would want to) store seven cars in a three car garage, click below.
Note: Some have questioned the depth of the garage. It is a standard residential attached garage and measures 21 feet, 10 inches from back wall to inside of closed garage door for all three bays. There is an angle between doors one and two.