Okay, okay, I know the real answer to this question is "get a truck". Working on it. I found some old subfloor heart pine planks I want to use as nail down flooring. I need about 170 square feet of flooring to cover my room (Well, less, but I'm giving myself room for mistakes). The ad says the planks are '3/4x4" to 9" '. I have a Hyundai Elantra hatchback with seats that flip down. I've been amazed at what I've gotten to fit into this car before, but have no concept of what a 170 sq ft pile of flooring would look like size wise. I'm going to Lowe's today to see if their packaged flooring helps me eyeball how big a pile it would be. Maybe some of you are really familiar with wood though and can tell me if that would be an easy fit, or if I definitely need to give up on the idea of shoving it all in the car. Does anyone have photos of what roughly that amount of wood flooring looks like piled up?