As I approach the eighth anniversary of having acquired my current Alfa spider, I was thinking about how much I have enjoyed regularly reading this BB, without very often having much to contribute. Having recently noted someone else commenting about appliance problems, maybe here's an idea that could help others.
Refrigerators die long before they should, being engineered inadequately and built that way. After their inevitably premature death, one either pays to have them hauled off to clutter landfills, or at the moment get paid $30 for the same. However, when ours, having been rebuilt once already, gave up again, I was noticing at how nice some of its shelving was, and already needed more effective storage in the garage, not least inaccessible to mice, so I went hmmmm...
It fits neatly in a corner, and almost disappears visually when closed. Stuff goes great in the various bins and shelves. One could even have the light inside work, but I prefer not to mix electricity and solvents. It all works better than even quite expensive single purpose cabinets one could purchase of the same size.
The color of these images may be off, for reasons I don't understand; the car is in regular use, so not in show condition; and the remaining clutter defies my efforts, but the first image shows the 'new' storage open, the second closed.