Harley Davidson Garage in a BigSteelBox

At BigSteelBox, we rent, sell and modify steel shipping containers, but the focus of our business is to make our customer’s lives easier. At BigSteelBox Structures we are always looking for different ways to use a BigSteelBox...the more creative, the better!

For example, check out the BigSteelBox that we turned into a Harley garage below. Pretty cool! This custom modification features a checker plate floor and ramp, space for a tool box, a fridge, beer keg and TV. It’s not only a secure place to park a Harley Davidson (or other prized possession), it’s also a simple way to get a little guy time.

Learn more about the standard stuctures and custom buildings we can create from steel shipping containers.

Harley Davidson custom garage made from a BigSteelBox


Posted by dean on
what size container is this ?
Posted by admin on
Hi Dean,
This Harley Davidson Garage was constructed out of a 20-foot container.
Thanks for the question!
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