So, I have a small 10x20 barn that Ive been working on my Camaro in. A rotissery is not an option, since my floor is gravel. A cement floor is not an option either, as it is expensive and the barn will be abandoned when I am done. I also need a way of lifting the camaro when I drop a different frame underneath. Each truss can hold 300 pounds of swinging weight. Dont ask me how I know, As an afterthought It probably wasnt the best idea. The front and the back (Where most of the weight will be held) Ive ran dual 2x4's beside each stud, and dual 2x4s on each side of the truss. This results in the front being able to hold a massive amount of weight. I am planning on doing the same thing to the rear, and then running 2x4's accross all the truss's to help distribute the weight even more. The Camaro is completely stripped of interior. The front subframe with motor and trans will be pulled. Glass, fenders, doors, trunk, etc all taken off. So basically it will be just the hull before I start lifting. Im going to brace the body as much as seems necessary before I start to lift. I am planning on using a 4-way ratcheting system to do this as well. And if I do this right, I may even beable to get the Camaro sideways in there. Any tips, advise, etc? This is a definate plan, Ill just adapt as necessary. I might have left out a few things from the last few weeks, Ill post as I remember.