If you have a garage at all your lucky.
We have a double garage, and then a single.
It's too short for me to get my Jeep in at all, so its either remove the cage and put the winsheild down, or work in the open air.
The single bay is filled with a wood working table (we just did the interior of our house, every trimming was made in that bay.) the table, a shelf, and 10-15 machines such as drill presses, saw tables, grinders, and the router are in that bay. There's no room to move around.
In the double bay, there's an amphibous airplane -wings. my dad's building it right now. hes got that and a table, then in the other side, there's the wings on some stands, a kyak(just finished it,) and jammed right in the corner is my hardtop that I'm about to spray.
Somehow I have to build a pseudo spray booth so I don't toxify the whole house.
I wish I could setup a large tent in the yard or lot next door (big white 1/2 pipe looking ones.) so I could work in the dryness, but I live on a golf course (don't golf.) and I think there kind of pissed that I work on my Jeep at all.
[b]Proud owner of the first "trans-Oz" four wheel drive[b] (We took the "Yellow Brick" trail.)