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Auto Rotisserie Plans

Updated on November 23, 2009

An auto rotisserie, or at least an auto body cart will be the single most cherished tool In your garage. For a frame off auto restoration job, it can be a life saver, or at the very least a real back saver. For the average guy who is about to take on a car restoration project it might seem like a pipe dream to have one. After all I’m sure you have seen the prices of buying a new auto rotisserie. Most likely you can find a better place to put $800 - $1000 than an auto rotisserie. What if I told you that you could have a rotisserie for $300 -$400? By building your own you can save hundreds of dollars and make it to your liking. Chances are you already have a welder and you already have the skill, otherwise you wouldn’t be doing an auto restoration project by yourself anyway. You might also say that you don’t know how to build an auto rotisserie, that’s where I come in.

I have built and designed many different types of rotisseries over the years, and I have compiled all the features I think are the best into 2 different sets of auto rotisserie plans. I truly believe that you won’t find a more thorough, easy to use set of auto rotisserie plans anywhere else. Every part is clearly drawn and dimensioned to take any of the guesswork out. You can spend countless hours on the internet surfing through all the free plans out there and still not know where to start. I have put a lot of time into making sure that everything fits and works when it is done. I didn’t just draw up some auto rotisserie plans with my fingers crossed. I built a few rotisseries and tweaked the design to make sure that everything worked great, then I put the design to paper. I’ve made many mistakes in the past and have thrown a lot of steel in the scrap metal bin because of it. I know you would rather build your car than mess around trying to design a rotisserie, so there is no need to make the same mistakes I did.

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      Lanny 6 years ago

      Excellent job. Really like the rolling unit. Thanks for posting and sharing.

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      how to build car rotisserie 7 years ago

      Good information. This is another home made

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      Matt kline 8 years ago

      Glad to help Joe. Don't forget to get free welding tips from my website.

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      Joe 8 years ago

      Thank you so much for posting your pics of rotisserie I greatly appreciate it VERY MUCH!! tHAT WAS ALL i NEEDED TO GET STARTED WITH THE REST OF MY RESTORATION. Thanks again Joe