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View of inside of shop, black stools under work bench

Fixing the big squeeze

The analogy of "10 pounds of potatoes crammed into a 5-pound bag" accurately describes Jeff Gabel's old life, where he squeezed three cars into a detached garage.

Clearly, it wasn't working: Jeff stashed tools and tires in the basement, in the garage, and even on the stair landing. To get in and out of the cars, Jeff and his wife, Liz, each had to turn sideways. Something had to give! So when Liz suggested it was time to build a new garage, Jeff went straight to the drawing board.

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Comments (4)
lockvonm wrote:

I agree with all 3 coments above.

6/21/2015 10:23:32 AM Report Abuse
gcbutts1024 wrote:

My thoughts exactly.Why is this garage in "woodworking shop showcase"? no sawdust in sight!!!

3/21/2014 07:19:08 PM Report Abuse
larhetherton wrote:

Yeah, I thought this was a woodworking magazine!

12/21/2013 09:06:55 AM Report Abuse
raymondschimpf wrote:

Nice looking garage but what does this have to do with wood working. This should have been in Car and Driver magazine

12/19/2013 02:55:55 PM Report Abuse

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