Specifics matter. Is it a tin stick-up building, is it a wood structure, is it prefabricated, are you going to use a concrete pad, asphalt pad, bare earth or road base for the floor, is it going to be anchored with a foundation or entirely above ground, will it be wired for 120v only or 120/240v, will you plumb it for air lines, etc.? Details like that matter, and will affect the cost considerably. I'd recommend you consult with some building contractors, and get quotes from them based on exactly what you're looking for.
It varies on what size car you plan on putting in it.
The average cost to build a garage in New York State varies based on the size of the garage. A 1 car garage costs $40 per square feet to build. A 2 car garage costs $85 per square feet to build.
about 10 million pounds
It costs a lot of money!
Call the impound garage and ask them, do it soon because each day cost more.
The minimum size for a 1 car garage should be 12' x 22'. From experience I have learned you can never build it too large but you can sure build it too small. A 14' x24' would be what I would build.
A two car garage could use as much wood as a two car garage could use if a two car garage could use wood? It depends on how big you want it, and how solid you want it to be, and how you're making it. Try this: http://www.freeww.com/garage.html another approach is to find a home center selling "garage packages" and review the parts list of what is included. there are 200,000 parts in a new home, a garage could require at least 100,000 parts, don't try this alone
Materials and labor costs are very expensive to build a car.
i paid £100
Yes, the carbon monoxide in the exhaust can build up and poison anyone in a closed garage where the car is running. Never a good thing to do.
depends on the car if you have a american car you can get it for $50-$100 dollars but if your car isnt american it can cost a lot of money because the labor for the workers and you can do it yourself by purchcing a do it yourself kit at an advanced auto or a garage
To help get the shine back I would recommended taking your car into a garage or car repair shop. For example, Kwik Fit will look at them and tell you how much it will cost to fix or how you can do it yourself.