Mark, that thought did cross my mind, but I went through their website. Looks okay from what I can tell. Wemet is their name. Yes Peedee, Wanna come help dig an enormous hole? Lift goes about 8 feet underground and goes up and down. Cars can be parked on both levels at once, just not lifted 2 at a time. Upper level does double duty for light service work with lower car removed. Rocco, If there is a lift out there, I've seen it. I even considered cutting rafters and restructuring the roof trusses. I dont have gables and the garage is on the corner with 2hips and a valley. I just dont have the ceiling height. It's exactly 8feet. Unless I had a pair of gt500's, there is no way a conventional lift would work. The lifts in your photo would require 14feet of headspace at a minimum. Believe me, I wish I had a basement. If I get another 10-15 years here, I'm okay with that. I'll remove the lift, fill in the hole and move away. Next owner pays for it or doesnt get it. Simple. Someone even suggested putting the machine shop on the lower lift and keeping the cars above ground. That was an interesting idea, they just didnt know how tall a bridgeport actually is. For now, I'm staying positive and let's see what the testing video shows. Until then, I'm not cutting the floor. I probably wont start that until it's actually sitting in the driveway. lol, a Bug over an SUV. That's funny, that would require some serious height. I cant even stack an old jag and a stupid miata in 8feet. Therein lies the problem. What's really wild is how WIDE a miata actually is. I need 80" between pillars for lower deck use.