I have a 'tilt up' garage door with an past-end-of-life track. I'm told by several local garage door companies that tilt up hardware is not made any more.
Yet even the low clearance roll-up overhead doors can't match the headroom of the old tilt up. The garage ceiling is just 82", and the present door gives a 75 1/2" clearance above. Modern low overhead tracks give us an entry low spot of 72" or less: "duck when entering".
What might be a suitable replacement? Note we want automatic opening, so we can slide right in with bikes (we do all shopping and much travel by bike).
Note: There's a hole in the floor that implies the original 1938 door swung out, but now the driveway slope appears to preclude swing out, at least without grinding away some material. There's a small triangular space above the ceiling, but only a few inches at the front. The current door appears 1950's.
Update: the ceiling is lathe and plaster directly on the joists, which run parallel to the door opening. You could hide a spiral spring up there, but not much else.