The AutoTwirler (car rotisserie) arrived (rusty). There’s not much to assembly…
You get two of these ends. Three wheels for each. The wheels are on plates that slot into a seat, then a single bolt holds them in.
These three bars are to tie the two ends together. They come packaged inside the swinging t-bars.
Now it’s assembled I can see that I’m gonna have to either fabricate or buy a pair of brackets that will mount the back end of the car. For the cost of thick box section around here (and to say my welder wouldn’t do brilliantly with 6-8mm steel is being generous), I decided to buy some. I’ll be ordering them from Eastwood (in America) soon, so I have a fair wait till they arrive. The front is easy enough it just sits on the ‘prongs’ and bolts through them into the firewalls subframe mounts.