Well one thing I have learned is this stuff isnt as easy as it was 20 years ago, So when this popped up on craigslist a few towns over for a few hundred I couldn't pass it up. It was originally built for a 68 Camaro convertible rs/ss matching numbers car (absolutely gorgeous car) so I had to make a few modifications to get it to fit the chevelle, and I also added wheels, the previous owner said he took the wheels off and used them on another project. I had the 6 casters in the garage that were taken off the bottom of new meat coolers be installed at a grocery store my company was working at.
I gotta say these portable band saws are awesome, made quick work of the 3/16 wall 2 1/2 inch square tube and 3/8 plate.
Man was it nice to weld something besides sheet metal for a change, threw some .030 wire in the welder cranked it up.
Now with the rotisserie originally designed for a convertible, the center of gravity is not the same as my hard top, even though I can rotate the car by myself, it wants to keep spinning over and end up upside down. So I added a stop on the bottom with some 3/8 plate, it will let the car rotate in either direction to the point that is sitting in the pictures.
Im not sure if I will keep the rotisserie when I finish the car, so I didn't want to cut the mounts off that match up to a camaro body, someone will just have to cut off the pieces I welded to them.