Hard to get one in a 10x10 space with table and chair.
If that's the space give, a modified trailer should fit OK. Wouldn't need a table and chair, just have a shelf inside, and carry your own chair. Or, even a shelf that folded out.
My shop is small, and it's a bit crowded. Thinking if I can find one of these pop up, I could put walls in it, and have a small shop, then use my present shop for wood storage. For what I do I would have plenty of space, and would even be able to insulate it. Insulation. Hehehe
An alternative, it could make a small mobile shop, carry basics, and you could use canvas walls, or wood walls that would fit into place. That is if you wanted to lower the roof, if not, then fixed walls would work. Hey, it's a thought. Would beat having your tools in a camper shell, then having to leave your truck, and gear, in for work - with a trailer you could just shift to a different truck, minimum time lost. The guy that put on a new roof for me a few years ago had all his stuff in a trailer, while everyone else I knew of had a truck camper shell. He even left the trailer at my place overnight, so his assistant could get started before he got there. Ever since is has always struck me as a great idea, having a trailer with all your gear, he even had an air compressor in it - plus you could stand upright in it, try that in most camper shells.
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