Lotus Elan

Homemade rotisserie

PostPost by: Vic » Sat Aug 23, 2014 3:34 pm

Just completed my rotisserie last weekend. Very well balanced (for a series 2). I have a total of four cars I'm putting 26R fenders (wings) on. Three are mine and the fourth is for the owner of a project I sold. Previously (over the last 20 years) I've done three 26R conversions without a rotisserie so this should make it so much easier. I can also mock-up suspension/wheels for proper alignment of new fenders. The rusty chassis is just for the rotisserie/mock-up, I have new TTR chassis' for the project(s).
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PostPost by: robertverhey » Sun Aug 24, 2014 12:35 am

Nice one! That'll make things easier for your back and knees!
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PostPost by: holywood3645 » Thu Aug 28, 2014 7:57 pm

Looks good, I'm planning on making one for my MK1 escort restoration. I should have done this when I was restoring my elan.
They are expensive to buy and the ones that are availiable seem more suited for large amercan cars.

I'm sure it cost much less than the $1000+ being asked on e-bay

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PostPost by: pharriso » Thu Sep 04, 2014 5:23 pm

Very nice indeed!
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