We have a community cherry picker that makes its rounds, whoever needs it comes and grabs it and it stays at that garage until someone else needs it. Came in handy this weekend moving to the new shop 40 feet away on crushed gravel drive.
As for the cart before the horse let me give you a time line, mine was on a truck from Idaho to Michigan before i even told the wife i bought it...LOL. Went from basic set of wrenches/sockets to two 3' rolling carts. Decided to do bodywork/paint myself...new compressor spray guns and another 3' rolling cart full of body shop tools. So now the car won't fit in the 2.5 car garage with all the tools in it...build a 1500 sq.ft pole barn with 1/2 loft so the wife can have her parking spot back in the garage. Rescue a 89' fox body mustang from the crusher, accumulate Mustang parts...to go along with the 4'x8'x8' high shelf holding all the pontiac "extras" including a spare 455 and virgin 400 and the original 326, a chevy 12 bolt rearend and dual quads from the Tempest build. And this is all over a 3 year span.
I just moved into the new shop this weekend. Wife found a sign in the garage that the girls brought home from camp that said "NO VEHICLES" which i quickly customized by adding "more than 7" between the two words and hung on the wall, (which is the amount that the shop will hold when i get a two post lift to jack one to the ceiling). She's a good sport though she spent Sunday helping me tear down and inspect the Mustang motor. These things are addicting, be careful !!!
Welcome to the forum, don't be afraid to ask for help we have all been there. Lots of ways to make do with what you have or can borrow.