So that righteous workshop is in a basement? Man, makes me wish I had a walk-out for mine.
The house was built in the late 30's and didn't have the space I needed for my hobbies, so I added a 3-car garage. Rather than building the garage on a concrete slab, I had a basement excavated under it and had the garage floor poured on corrugated steel over i-beams, like commercial construction. So as a result, the workshop is 24x36 (the same size as the garage), and there are no posts getting in the way, the i-beams span the entire workshop. It's not a walk-out though, there are stairs up to the house, and stairs to the outside.
Oh, and what's that Jeep cowl sitting there for?
I've used the cowl in several recent projects...
These photos show my "CJ Grille Kit for the TJ" and my "Commando Kit for the TJ"; both of which allow the installation of a factory CJ or Commando grille on a TJ/LJ and the custom hood, fenders and cowl panel integrates the grille with the TJ's styling so the whole thing looks like it could have come from the factory that way.
And last month, I finished up a fiberglass flat fender design, also for the TJ/LJ. Unlike most tube fender kits on the market, they're completely bolt-on, and include factory-style inner fenders.
Also if you look at the cowl closely in the original photo and the fender photos, it's got another one of my designs on it, I call it the "Cool Cowl", it's a cold-air intake cowl replacement cowl panel that supports snorkels and Hummer-style air intake caps.