You can easily see advantage of Motor-Garage over my original plan of a Ford Expedition EL for my B-47E.
The Expedition depended greatly on suspended fuselage then placing removable wings and support items
along sides & behind front seats. Pop-up, etc would be carried on roof.
Garage interior for our use would offer typical storage of aircraft maintenance tools, drill press, grinder, &
minimum dedicated work space along a sidewall.
As you can see above, since most Motor-Garages are in support of an ATV or bikes there are several
found to be in full execution of OCD behavior...not half of which contained tools... much less anything
In the above photograph look at the forward overhead where what appears to be a railing turned onto
its side provides overhead stowage, and suspension for hanging... Hanging being the key word. If
hung, each item needs to be tethered to the left and right side to prevent excess motion. Fuselages
will be the item hung with nose or tail facing fore to after, or visa versa. This for larger fuselages with
removable wings placed in foam covered peg rack.
As for the B-47, it breaks down into a three piece fuselage fore to aft with wing attached from inboard
pylon to inboard pylon. Individual nacelle blades with power management systems slide out from each
pylon and stand into a vertical storage tray kept below in seperate storage away from vehicle interior.
LiPo batteries are kept in fire-proof storage exept when charging or installed for flight.