Here's How Much My Car Lift & Garage Cost + My Favorite Automotive Christmas Present.

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  • Published: 29 December 2017
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    This video will answer how much my lift and garage cost along with their specs and dimensions. I also show a really compact yet powerful battery jumper that I received for Christmas.



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Comments • 756

  • LegitStreetCars
    LegitStreetCars   1 years back

    Scotty Kilmer just made a video on the jumper. He seems to like it too!

    • psurphlis
      psurphlis  6 months back

      LegitStreetCars husqvarna 236 fuel lines

    • Robert Rockwell
      Robert Rockwell  9 months back

      Ster Fry have not met a tv star hollywood star sports star or news person who isn't arrogant and i have met plenty doing the job i used to do. can't understand why just because they are on tv - youtube or what ever we need to kiss their ass and i tell them i'm not kissing nobody's ass and to screw themselves. witch they all can do. thinking their better than everybody else just because of what they do. i figured scotty kilmer was like that just by the way he talks no surprise there.

    • Ster Fry
      Ster Fry  10 months back

      Robert Chase - well, there's a million more people to learn from without suffering his angst.

    • Robert Chase
      Robert Chase  10 months back

      Thank you for taking time to reply. I get it - personalities are very touchy. Ask my wife of 30 plus years. When working with her I know she thinks ( & says at times I am a Prick) taken that out of an equation her view and statements are much shorter view point then above ( I hope :o ) So I do thank you that I might not want to have him over with friends but to watch on a how to video we might. That it as long as we have our finger on the button to stop/delete. I have tried to make YouTube videos & to date not a good one yet. So my hat is off to those who do & well even. An put the work into that gets us to view, even better. Thank you Ster Fry

    • Ster Fry
      Ster Fry  10 months back

      Robert Chase - I met him at a car show once, he's not a good person. He's very arrogant. He talked tons of shit about other car shows and berated an Audi/vw tech for twenty minutes for being correct and making him look bad.

  • John Interlandi
    John Interlandi  10 hours back

    Dont rub it in

    • Mark Benoit
      Mark Benoit  5 days back

      600sf is so small! but alot better then what most people have, i dont understand why you dont see houses that are 70% garages. my dad built a few garages i helped , he did one back in 1990ish for about $6000 he contracted the concrete work and we did all the framing. it was about 1200 sf one 16"x 7" roll up door and one man door. we had 3 garages, one garage we had was built with wood he got from tearing down a barn. i work out of a airplane hanger now that i split with another guy $1250 a month for 2250 sf. that's 30k in two years! i cant afford land here but i think i could build my own shop for pretty cheap, i would not hire contractors or contract writers i would hire the guys that do actual work. i can run the job and do a lot of the work. another shop i had i did all the drywall and power from panel to welding plugs and hooking up a mill and lathe, when you don't have the money you learn how to do it your self i bought a book and it tells you all the codes and he guys at home depot gave me some help, so many you tube vids now too.

      • Andrew Ortiz
        Andrew Ortiz  1 weeks back

        That garage would cost me 40 grand in Westchester NY. beautiful work place though

        • James McClaren
          James McClaren  1 weeks back

          What is the TOTAL width? Could I fit it inside of 11feet wall to wall?

          • Todd Curtis
            Todd Curtis  1 weeks back

            Holy hell... Waist of time and doesn't get to the point till half way through

            • m782427 Waffen
              m782427 Waffen  2 weeks back

              Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah - Great presentation!!!

              • ima piledriver
                ima piledriver  2 weeks back

                if its a china one there dangerous.

                • Stan
                  Stan  2 weeks back

                  30x32 pole barn, 12’ walls, bit over 16’ to peak, 36” wainscoting with different color (added cost), scissor trusses on side with lift....$15,700 with 2 10x10 insulated doors and 36” man door.

                  6” 4000 psi concrete with wire mesh, vapor barrier, and zip strips (for cracking) with 2 foot apron by doors and 3’ walkway down one side...$5200

                  Spray foam 16x32 section then plywood over top...$1200

                  50k btu LP gas heater and purchased 120g tank...$2200

                  10k Asymmetrical Rotary Lift....purchased 2 years old at an auction...$1600 with tax and buyers premium

                  Installed lift and 100a panel myself....free, except for $78 panel and breakers....wire and EMT was free as well

                  Kaiser air dryer and IR 5hp compressor....brand new.....free

                  Put up divider wall to separate insulated vs uninsulated section of building so I’m only heating the “working” half

                  • Robert Johnson
                    Robert Johnson  3 weeks back

                    Cool garage I live in central Minnesota so I understand the cold. A heated shop/garage is huge almost imperative to keep stuff working. I built a 30 x 60 with 14 ft side walls but... I did it with one other guy and we are contractors but still a lot of work and took 2 years before I could afford concrete and another year to afford electric and then interior finish ie; insulation, poly, internal sheathing and painting etc. It never ends I saved a ton by doing the labor but it took I'm guessing 7 years before I could use it properly! So it's a crap shoot pay up front and use it right away or be cheap do the work yourself and wait many years? It's a double edge sword in my opinion:) I also put a cheaper 2 post automotive lift in, 11k lbs from chin but... works awesome for over 3 years so far, It lifts my 6.7 cummins dodge 3500 dually and no problems yet lol. After everything being finished I am guessing material costs for just the building- approximately 10k for shell (in 2006) 3,500k concrete (2008) not heated, electrical 2k (2009), interior finish with insulation, poly sheathing etc. 4k (2011), so... I am in the country $150 building permit no inspections in fact we don't have building codes except state electrical code crazy huh? Good luck to ya'll who want your own bad ass garage cuz it either costs a lot or... it's a shit ton of work. Did I mention it's a shit ton of work? Good luck ya'll

                    • tekyguy
                      tekyguy  3 weeks back

                      Love the garage and the lift dude!

                      • scott m
                        scott m  3 weeks back

                        2005-- 30x48 garage approximately $25-$30k built it myself stick built not a pole barn..was supposed to be 30x50 but the cement guy screwed me and only poured a 30x48 slab...lol... I told him that I will be bitching about that 2 feet for the rest of my life and here I am 14 years later complaining about it...lol It would have been cheaper but the price of lumber was doubled because of the hurricanes down south..

                        • Joe L
                          Joe L  3 weeks back

                          That price wasn't that bad

                          • Gladio Caelum
                            Gladio Caelum  3 weeks back

                            Thats bad to leave your suspension un compressed like that

                            • Josh Roddy
                              Josh Roddy  4 weeks back

                              Hey quick question. I live in Chicago area as well and am looking to do something similar. What company installed and sold you the lift? Also who built your garage?

                              • William Giraldo
                                William Giraldo  1 months back

                                Alex who did your garage I’m in river grove I need a tall garage like that, I want to install a lift

                                • Dave Bailey
                                  Dave Bailey  1 months back

                                  I know that this video is over a year old but really enjoyed seeing your garage and also catching up on some of your older videos. My garage is not nearly as nice but it's still my favorite place to hang out. Just wished mine was heated. Looking forward to see what you'll be up to in the future.

                                  • LegitStreetCars
                                    LegitStreetCars   1 months back

                                    Thanks Dave!! I have some plans for the garage for 2019 so stay tuned!

                                • Joshua Lee
                                  Joshua Lee  1 months back

                                  Hand built pole barn 100x70ft 14ft walls. Cost was $600 to buy the chainsaw and mill to chop down the trees and shape them up to putnup the posts.
                                  $1700 in wiring, siding, insulation (mostly because winter wind sucks).

                                  • Jacob Krell
                                    Jacob Krell  1 months back

                                    In process of building a 20x30x12 foot workshop. Concrete slab was $2200 and about 4-5 thousand for everything else. I am gonna be in this for about $7000 total.

                                    • jen zydyk
                                      jen zydyk  1 months back

                                      Paint the walls

                                      • William Gentile
                                        William Gentile  2 months back

                                        Very well done video! Like your easy going style and details. Enjoyed it enough to subscribe! Thanks for sharing.

                                      • Bushwacker
                                        Bushwacker  2 months back

                                        I think you got a heck of a lot done for the $$$

                                        • Paul Wyndham
                                          Paul Wyndham  2 months back

                                          Great video.
                                          I built a garage in the backyard in Monroe, WA back in 2016. It was 24x36 with 16' walls. I opted for a pole building, but had full 2x6 walls and T1-11 style plywood siding. I didn't want metal walls. I paid 10K for the building supplies and the engineered drawings. It was another 1500 for all the permits (building and electric). I ended up having to pay someone $2000 to stand the posts up for me since the small ones were 6x8" and they all were taller than 20', with five feet underground backfilled with concrete. Took me 2 years to complete. I was working on cars in it as soon as the roof was on. Putting up the 16 foot wide by 14 foot high door was a little bit of a challenge. Just had that door and the man door. No other way in to the yard so another door would have been a waste.

                                          I made the floor 6" thick everywhere except where the hoist went it was at least 8" there with lots of rebar. The 3000 psi concrete was $3500. I laid it myself with the help of a bunch of friends. But, let me put it this way, you weren't going to slip on the floor if it got wet.

                                          I had a Bendpack asymmetrical lift for $2500 and installed it myself. The lift worked really nice. Hardest part was standing the posts up. Drilling the holes was pretty easy with a rented rotohammer. I installed some anchor pots in the floor so I could tie down the cars I did frame work on. I now moved and my new house doesn't really have a place for a shop. I am hoping to add on another bay with high walls to my two car garage so I can get another lift.

                                          • don hin
                                            don hin  2 months back

                                            24k and they used OSB , should’ve used CDX

                                            • Anand Saxena
                                              Anand Saxena  2 months back

                                              Ad ends at 3:30 .

                                              • bob m
                                                bob m  2 months back

                                                This has likely been stated but the reason your jumper works is because the battery is NOT DEAD 10.7 volts is almost the lowest it will work. it will not work with an actual dead battery.

                                                • johnny appleseed
                                                  johnny appleseed  2 months back

                                                  96x50 garage $40,000

                                                  • Chris Finkbohner
                                                    Chris Finkbohner  2 months back

                                                    I've had the rustoleum epoxy floor on my garage for like 8 years now and it's perfectly perfect still. I think you didn't do something right.

                                                    • Dull & Worn
                                                      Dull & Worn  2 months back

                                                      I'm not too far away, any chance you have the companies name that did this for you? 24k is seriously a good price for what they did for you.

                                                      • greg wayne
                                                        greg wayne  2 months back

                                                        Awesome setup. I’ll be right over.


                                                        P.S. Had the same experience with the Rustoleum Rock solid product. Base coat is fine but topcoat/sealer started yellowing at 18 mos. After 5 years it looks dingy/dirty all the time. Rustoleums’s response? Don’t open your garage...UV will damage. Nice.

                                                        • Don Newland
                                                          Don Newland  2 months back

                                                          Get a new battery for the c43. Preferably a gel cell...

                                                          • George Mcmillan
                                                            George Mcmillan  2 months back

                                                            I just had a new garage built, due to my old garage was destroyed by a tree. It was 27'x47 1/2, stick frame. New garage is 24x45, 3 course stem wall with 9' walls. That's 12' 9" to the inside peak. With new slab and building, installation included in price, box eave style, $16,300. Found a really good deal on a 10,000 lb lift used from my mechanic shop for $2500 insatalled. We have thw machanic for the vehicles post '75, because I don't work on things when I cant see the motor and have computers! I build custom street cars and trucks. Currently doing a resto mod on a '74 Plymouth Trailduster. ( looks like a Dodge Ramcharger). Nice garage though man. Good job!

                                                            • Bass Addiction
                                                              Bass Addiction  2 months back

                                                              40'x60' barn with 12'walls 20' peak no center poles with insulation 12" thick foundation with rebar 2 12 foot garage doors 1 single entry door and one double door entry two windows for 15 Grand

                                                              • Bass Addiction
                                                                Bass Addiction  2 months back

                                                                +Jeff Goodpaster KCMO and it's a rural area zoned agricultural I know that's why I was so cheap

                                                              • Jeff Goodpaster
                                                                Jeff Goodpaster  2 months back

                                                                What city and state?

                                                            • ken mcdougal
                                                              ken mcdougal  2 months back

                                                              I kick myself in the ass every day . I passed up a sweat garage/shop 10 years ago . It was an old fire station for 20.000

                                                              • James Walker
                                                                James Walker  2 months back

                                                                Buddy of mine Got a 2 story 4 car garage are 14k (no other options)

                                                                • George Spangler
                                                                  George Spangler  2 months back

                                                                  My garage is 38 x 48 I saved a lot building everything myself,,,,around 15,000 when I got it done,,,all my friends are envious of my man cave/ garage,,,,,I have 6 classic cars projects going on,,my passion is my classic cars

                                                                  • Rodger VanAusdal
                                                                    Rodger VanAusdal  2 months back

                                                                    Did you consider a 4 post lift? Why or why not? I like that they are somewhat portable. I am planning my own garage project now. Thinking about a lift. My lot has a slight slope to it, they want mega dollars just for the foundation. I think 25k sounds great for what you got. I live here in Northern IL too. Way out west, no Chicago.

                                                                    • François D
                                                                      François D  2 months back

                                                                      I like the zombie apocalypse part

                                                                      • Viktor Elme
                                                                        Viktor Elme  2 months back

                                                                        I have a garage that is like 900 Square foot i we have only spent around 15.000$

                                                                        • Chicago1
                                                                          Chicago1  2 months back

                                                                          I like the garage and thanks for the price but it seems you can't open the door to work on the car if you need to get inside. I have a 68 Caddy,04 jeep, 01 procharged vette. I have to move one car out so I can park the car in the middle to open the doors. Basically this garage seems more to work under the car. Even if you try from the side you are hitting close to a wall. Would you go wider if you had to do it again? Seems really tight in there. I know when I do interior work or whatever I have both doors open and I'm laying out. I'm sure yo know what i'm talking about since you have a boosted car and had to run wiring,cables,gauges,gauge pod, etc etc. you aren't doing that just sitting inside it with the doors closed and no light

                                                                          • fossilflix2
                                                                            fossilflix2  2 months back

                                                                            Check the title again - he spent 4.5 minutes talking about all the different cars hes had. Stick to the title!

                                                                            • Mach One
                                                                              Mach One  2 months back

                                                                              Rustoleum Floor Epoxy sticks to a lot better when you etch the concrete with Muratic Acid first. Nice lift you have there!

                                                                              • David Dobry
                                                                                David Dobry  2 months back

                                                                                I'm from Illinois too! Hopefully i run into you some day!

                                                                                • wayne harrison
                                                                                  wayne harrison  2 months back

                                                                                  Not a bad idea using the lift for a parking space!

                                                                                  • Bruce McHendry
                                                                                    Bruce McHendry  2 months back

                                                                                    Actually compared to the pricing in South Western Ontario I'd say you did well. I'm sure I wouldn't get that cheaper here. For reference my region is about 500k people an hour west of Toronto. I think you did fine !

                                                                                    • posterlion
                                                                                      posterlion  3 months back

                                                                                      Wow! The Suaoki is only $69.99. That's a great price. I used to have a much larger and heavier unit to jump off cars, but it stopped working and I never replaced it because the price was 50% higher at the time. I will probably buy the Suaoki next payday. My old unit saved my butt a few times, i.e., left the lights. :)

                                                                                      • Jay Pence
                                                                                        Jay Pence  3 months back

                                                                                        Frist 3 min is ad

                                                                                        • Jay Pence
                                                                                          Jay Pence  3 months back

                                                                                          Family added on to its garage that's tall enough for combines and probably 16 cars and it cost all of 35,000