It is official, within the next month or two I will be picking up my grandmother's old Porsche 356 B and finally bringing it home where I can start working on it. The idea is to bring the car home, stop the rust from getting worse and basically prep it for major(read: expensive) work to start after college.
This is the car as it has sat at my uncle's house for the past 2 years.
Now to start working on it I was intrigued by "car rotisseries" so that I could basically strip the car and work on it at eye level to my convenience. I was hoping I could attach the car by the bumper brackets on the body to the rotisserie should I build one.
So basically, pictures of car rotisseries, nice stock Porsche 356s(because that is how I want to build it, mostly correct with some very minimal updates) and any 356 stories/info you may have. The car is only in Connecticut so it really is just a matter of getting my grandfather's Studebaker running properly so I can go get it(he has an F-350 too, but the Studebaker gets FAR better gas mileage).