Rotisserie

Mr Goodwrench

Well Known Member
#8
Thanks guys!! I can definitely fabricate one but by the time you purchase everything your time is pretty cheap
Mark I’m interested do you have contact info? Pictures? Thanks
 

R63ss

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Supporting Member 1
#12
I just put my convertible on a Atlas auto spin rotisserie last weekend.It has a crank to rotate the car which is a nice feature.You can turn the crank with one finger.It is easy to push around and the car feels very stable on it.I also purchased a set of door bars from Redline Engineering that are a must have for convertibles. ADC74E71-7638-4102-8883-D2021D28F992.jpeg B2CBF61B-7C0C-44B8-BAAE-5287A9994322.jpeg
 

R63ss

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Supporting Member 1
#14
I actually got lucky and scored it off craigslist.A girl who had 2 Chevelle ss’s was selling it.I don’t remember exactly how much I payed for it.It was under a grand though.The one you show looks pretty solid.I like how the frame work 45’s up and 45’s across for the wheels.This keeps the center tie bar lower,so the car can be lower to clear it when rotating.I can just barley rotate mine 360 with my garage ceiling height.
 
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