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I made my rotisserie. I looked at one and figured out what I didn't like about it and came up with my own idea. It is extremely solid and I love being able to work on the bottom of the car without being on my back.
I think that I am into it material wise around 175. I plan on restoring more cars when I get done with my mustang so i may keep it but it takes up too much room in a two car garage so i may end up selling it and building another one when the time comes. It only took me a couple days to build.
Yea i painted mine by hand with a paint brush in my dirt driveway with my car on jack stands... but i still got it done and it was worth it... I just went a few square inches at a time with a wire brush, a sponge, rust inhibitor and some sort of paint my dad told me to use... im still way jealous of your super clean cars but hey, i love Suzie too much to let her rust away (any more than she has already) been a little over a year and still looks just as good...
I got very familiar with the underside of the car. Yes I scraped everything by hand, roughed up the primer that was under all the dirt and grime, then used truck bed coating on it. Hopefully, I won't ever have to do it again. I think it turned out pretty nice though.
'67 Coupe 289, 2V, C4, Bench Seat.
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