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#1 JoeK

JoeK
  • LocationOakland, Ca

Posted 18 August 2016 - 08:45 PM

Wondering if these would have any value. I made them mostly from wood, but with some welded parts for the rotating assembly. Worked great for my 240z, but could easily be modded to work with other cars. Link to the build plans are here http://forums.hybrid.../?hl=rotisserie

1971 240Z - LS1 swap in progress. Just need to: get wheels, drop the car from the rotiserrie, install the motor and trans, rebuild my dash, put in a new interior plus a few more odds and ends (about $10k in incidentals). Should be on the road before my 5 year old heads off to college.


#2 JoeK

JoeK
  • LocationOakland, Ca

Posted 08 September 2016 - 04:32 PM

I take that as a no, so does anybody want it for free before I cut it up?

1971 240Z - LS1 swap in progress. Just need to: get wheels, drop the car from the rotiserrie, install the motor and trans, rebuild my dash, put in a new interior plus a few more odds and ends (about $10k in incidentals). Should be on the road before my 5 year old heads off to college.


#3 88dangerdan

88dangerdan
  • LocationStockton Ca

Posted 08 September 2016 - 06:30 PM

Are you still in Oakland? I'm located in Stockton

#4 JoeK

JoeK
  • LocationOakland, Ca

Posted 08 September 2016 - 06:57 PM

Yes, same place. You could come get it this weekend if your interested.


1971 240Z - LS1 swap in progress. Just need to: get wheels, drop the car from the rotiserrie, install the motor and trans, rebuild my dash, put in a new interior plus a few more odds and ends (about $10k in incidentals). Should be on the road before my 5 year old heads off to college.





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