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Sorry it's taken so long introduce myself. I'm a college professor in Rhode Island and I teach art (Ceramics). I've been working on the Mustang which is a 67 convertible six cylinder for the last four years. Everyone here has been more help than they know. Just by searching I find most of my answers. Before this project I didn't 56 Willys CJ5 Thanks for all the help over the years and continued support with my stupid questions.
 

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Sorry it's taken so long introduce myself. I'm a college professor in Rhode Island and I teach art (Ceramics). I've been working on the Mustang which is a 67 convertible six cylinder for the last four years. Everyone here has been more help than they know. Just by searching I find most of my answers. Before this project I didn't 56 Willys CJ5 Thanks for all the help over the years and continued support with my stupid questions.
I would be interested to see details of the attachment points for your wooden rotisserie if you dont mind. I plan on building a wooden frame rotisserie with a metal spinner myself and am getting ideas...with wooden attachments I can see the traditional front frame rail attachment being an issue.
 

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I welded up steel that went to the attach points for the frame rails front and back.
 
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