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Anyone know where to get the "rotisserie" stands that you can mount your pony on while doing restoration work? The kind that you can spin the car over to work on the bottom?

At a resonable price too - I only plan on doing this once!!!!

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Not a bad idea... Hadn't really thought about building my own.

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There is a place in tennessee called Whirly jig that builds them.They work great and are worth everybit of the 1000.00 cost for it.Here is there phone # 901 642 0660
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Do they attach to the bumper mounting areas?

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Build one. I did it for my Falcon. I figure it cost me about $20. Worked great except that I did not have it perfectly centered. Flipped easy one direction and used a cheap hoist to crank it the other way. Never really went all the way around. So if you want to hang it upside down, and do this by your lonesome, make sure it is centered. If you want more info let me know. I may even have a few pictures. I may be building or modifying it for my newest junker of a Mustang.

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