In planning to do a restoration of my 240z, I knew that I would need a rotisserie to repair the floor panels properly. Most
automotive rotisseries run about $2000 not including shipping. A used one would run about half that amount. For me, the problem was most rotisseries are large and take up a lot of space. As I have only a two car garage, this type of rotisserie was
not an viable option. After searching the Internet, the idea of a tilt rotisserie was found. The best version for me was a wooden tilt rotisserie. This style is very compact and can easily disassembled after used. Second the cost is very low. I spent
less than $100 for lumber and hardware(bolts, nuts,screws and nuts). With the vehicle on its side, the floor panel, frame rail, and rocker panel repair is readily accessible. Construction time was roughly 3 to 4 days.