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Old 12-17-2011, 08:23 PM
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Hey all! I have an 18x20 carport (that's 18ft wide x 20ft long). I'm wanting to box it in and make me a garage. My question is....would it be big enough for a '65 Mustang, or '70 Chevelle? Or any classic car for that matter?

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Should be fine for either of those cars....put your work bench and tools at the side so you can use the whole 20 ft for the car
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Should be fine for either of those cars....put your work bench and tools at the side so you can use the whole 20 ft for the car
That's what I was thinking!!!
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That will work for you. I did the same thing except mine is 5ft longer. I have my 70 Nova sitting in the middle and has tons of room on the sides.
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