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Tom Hodge
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HI, Looking for an appropriate rotisserie jig to support a GT6 MK3. There are a few on the market. Does anyone have any experience of these and advice? Does anyone know of a second hand one to buy?

TIA Tom

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Used mine to restore two spitfires, usually come up for sale between 100 and 200 pounds.

Great for making welding in the right position. Get the sills welded in position with the body on the chassis first, and floor pans at least tack welded when on the chassis. It makes line up better. Even on the gt6 i would brace the doorway, definitely with a spitfire.IMG_20200803_154317.thumb.jpg.4dec1395010a8e9fa0ec0bc8faa7db7f.jpg

Saves being upside-down welding!

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Hi. I bought mine from rolloverjigs.co.uk and paid just over 400GBP.My welder and painter both thought it was a great piece of equipment and now that I am putting the car back together it is proving invaluable as it puts it at a good height for woking and, by being able to roll it, it makes some areas a lot more accessible.

 

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