We've always said that Strongman Lifts are excellent quality and easy to construct, independent and unsolicited proof positive by way of this contained in a Pistonheads article, see http://goo.gl/1Y23hn
"I have the Strongman Glenflidic four post lift. I went for this because of its compact size and that it comes with the drip trays to go down the middle when being used for parking. It is also 240v which is good as I only have a normal electricity supply (as opposed to 3 phase) and did not want to mess about with a converter.
Being compact it does mean that it is tight (wheel to wheel/ side to side) with only about an inch to spare, however this is really only a pain when reversing a car on. Length wise there is no issue.
Due to the angle of out drive I do have to use a couple of planks to get the TVRs on without them bottoming out.
I have had may Chimaera, Tuscan and a friends Cerbera on it (along with Triumph Spitfire and a Citroen C4 but quiet on the last one!). Work done on the lift has included general work/servicing and clutch servicing on the Tuscan (the star washers were missing from the clutch pack). The difference in ease of working on the cars is immense even if I cannot go up to full height because of the garage roof beams at the moment.
Normally it is used for storage with the Spitfire over the Chimaera. It comes flat packed (you can do a collection yourself if you want) and is straightforward to put together and the only tools that you will need you will already have if you do even basic maintenance on the cars yourself.
Dawn (my wife) put mine together for me, as I broke several ribs the week before it was delivered and it took a evening from about 5pm to about 9:30. The only thing that was done the following day was bolting it down to the garage floor as it was a bit late to be using a hammer drill in a residential street."
Our "correspondent" continues.....
"Sorry, should really get the name of the lift correct!
It is the Strongman Glenfinnan (as per this picture).
Also the Chimarea goes underneath because the Tuscan is slightly longer and the garage door will not close due to keeping the trailer at the back of the garage. Very pleased with the ramp. Just slowly saving up for a jacking beam to go with it."