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I have a rotisserie I built for my car several years ago with the aid of some plans on the internet. The end posts are made out of hot rolled, 1/4 " thick, 2x4 pipe re-enforced with 1/2" plate. I built the brackets out of a combination of square tubing and angle iron. I built them on my car so guaranteed fit on 69s and should be on 70's also. the pivot system is two bearing I found in my machine shop. The only real issue I know of is that there is no official locking system to hold the car at 90 degrees. I used two rachet straps and they worked fine. no casters but designed to have some bolted on, I just had no need to move it. My car sat on it for almost a year with no problems what so ever. time and money in it I'd like $550, but I am willing ot deal, make an offer. I live just outside San Antonio Texas, no problem delivering in the greater SA area, any farther and we can meet or come to a deal on fuel cost.












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bump! like to get it out from under my carport
 

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to the top...make an offer!
 
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