it's going to be tough, but it's no different than any other time i've had to work on my current car. our driveway is angled so the only places to jack the car up are in the garage or on the street. the garage is still family used so it's not always open enough to fit a car. tools can go in there just fine, and i don't mind lugging gear out 20ft to the curb.
the shed idea is great, except there's no way to get the car to/from the back without renting a crane. i was tempted, but no hah. i only decided to wait for my slower work season because come spring through fall, i have a very random schedule. could be lots of 4-8 hour days, then back to back 16-36 hour shifts. more importantly, lots of time to plan. but once i get going, i don't want to stop until it's finished. i'll buy a patio propane heater thing to work under if i have to.
mojo, that first car's bay looks tighter than what i have to work with!