Rotisserie Resto 220SB

1961-1968: a.k.a "Finnie" or "Heckflosse" models
190, 190D, 200, 200D, 220b, 220Sb, 220SEb, 230, 230S, 250SE coupe, 280SE coupe, 280SE 3.5 coupe, 220SEb cabrio., 250SE conv., 280SE cabrio., 280SE 3.5 Cabrio., 300SE, 300SE coupe, 300SE conv., 300SEL
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gazman
Gelandewagen
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Joined: Sun 10 Apr, 2016 1:16 pm
Model you own: w126
Location: Nth Dandalup WA

Re: Rotisserie Resto 220SB

Post by gazman » Mon 20 Mar, 2017 8:31 pm

:wav: So that's what 4years of dedication and hard work look's like. Well done fantastic :wav:
1989 560 SEL King of the road

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T-Modell
SLS AMG
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Model you own: w107
Location: Weinheim / Germany
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Re: Rotisserie Resto 220SB

Post by T-Modell » Mon 20 Mar, 2017 10:06 pm

Bartman4800 wrote:Thanks Harry, looks great!

Congrats on becoming a father. At least you finished the Merc first, then made babies. I did it the other way around :laughing6:

Bart
Some things can be done in parallel ... it's called simultaneous engineering :laughing6:
Thomas

P. S.: Looks great!
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1967 W111 250SE Cabriolet, horizon blue
1973 W115 220D 5.0 Pick-Up Argentina, work in progress 2017/18/19
1986 R107 500SL, arctic white, the midlife crisis viagra replacement
2007 R171 SLK350, calcit white
2008 S211 E63T, calcit white, sleeper

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Mercy
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Model you own: w112

Re: Rotisserie Resto 220SB

Post by Mercy » Fri 09 Jun, 2017 9:13 pm

What an awesome build! Love it

Evan
Dernburg Wagon
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Model you own: w111

Re: Rotisserie Resto 220SB

Post by Evan » Thu 17 Aug, 2017 7:03 pm

Found this by accident scrolling google images looking for W111s, this is a sharp looking car(I have one myself that needs a lot of work).

Photobucket has ruined the world and a lot of your earlier photos are no longer showing. Any chance you can throw up some details of the airbag setup you are running and how you have mounted them? You say it is reversible so I'm guessing you made up bolt in mounting plates?

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