Classic Automotive & Collision Center was the first shop in Henderson to offer rotisserie restoration. Rotisserie restoration is used commonly when restoring vintage automobiles.Many vehicles of the muscle era were unibody structured automobiles. They did not have full frames underneath the body of the vehicle. Instead, sub-frames and rear differentials attached to the unibody, replacing the full frame.
When restoring the vehicle, the restorer will remove the front sub-frame and rear differential. All glass and body panels are also removed. The unibody is then mounted onto a rotisserie device. The device is much like the kitchen-style rotisserie unit used for cooking but on a far larger scale. Once mounted on the rotisserie, the restorer can then rotate the body around as work is being done on each section of the vehicle. Once work is completed, the fully restored section is removed from the rotisserie and the vehicle is re-assembled. The finished product is a rotisserie restored automobile.