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Rotisserie for our car

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 1979Calais, May 12, 2012.

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  1. 1979Calais

    1979Calais G-Body Guru

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    Has anybody put their car on a Rotisserie and if so what kind? I am trying to find one that will work with my 1979 Calais. If you know of a good cheap one, please let me know. I have also been lokking at the ones that don't rotate.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    1979Calais G-Body Guru

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    We made our own out of square tubing at the resto shop I used to work at.
    Doesn't get any cheaper than that...
     
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    Can you send me pictures of it if you have some? I do not want to spend $1,000+ for a one time use.
     
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    X2 on this pics, very interested on how to make one.
     
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    x3 on pics
     
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    I've got like 100 pics of stuff I worked on at the shop, but surprisingly only a few have glimpses of the rotisseries.
    Unfortunately I can't post them from my phone...I'll try and post them this weekend when I can get on a real computer...
     
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    Hey peeps, go to HOMEMADETOOLS.NET. Then to automotive. Then to rotisseries.
    Lots of other stuff too!

    Doug
     
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    I bought this rotisserie for around $800 new. Don't know if the guy is in business anymore or not though.
     
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