bootneck Posted April 1, 2022 Share Posted April 1, 2022 I am constructing a diorama based around a 1950s-60s British garage but I'm struggling to find any images of how such a garage would look inside. The garage could be prewar and modified to postwar improvements, although those modification may not be extensive during those austere years. I am trying to find images and information on the following: where the inspection pit would be situated, in relation to the main doors. the length, width and depth of the inspection pit. How far in from the doorway. what type of lifting gear/pulley would be used, for lifting engines etc. would hydraulic car lifts/ramps have been in use in that period? any other information that would help me to furnish my garage, once completed. The internal measurements of the garage will be approx. 27 scale feet length and width, and 10 scale feet high to the cross beams. The garage could be prewar and modified to postwar improvements, although those modification may not be extensive during those austere years. I do have the Miniart  Garage Workshop set, ready to install once I know where to position the pit and lifting gear etc. Any helpful advice and/or images would be appreciated. cheers, Mike 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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