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Re: Rotisserie

From: Tony
Email: adicenso43@earthlink.net
Remote Name: 66.1.252.97
Date: November 07, 2003

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My 65 Sport Fury convertible is presently mounted on an Accessible Systems rotisserie. Yes it's expensive, $1500 for the 2000# version with tubeless tires, plus another $300 for truck freight from Tennessee to Colorado Springs. After the 65, the following are inline for the rotisserie: a 59 Sport Fury hardtop, a 71 GTX, and a 41 PT125 (frame only). I found it very easy to set up and use, it's fully adjustable, and raising the body off the floor is a breeze. The tires are perfect for loading on a trailer and off loading at the blaster's, their lot is covered with 1 inch gravel. When not in use by me, I rent it to members of my car club. I'll have pictures available by Sunday night, if anyone is interested.

 


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