Hey, here is one for the "hardened" Opel fellar's (or ladies). I am wondering if anyone knows what the weight distribution of the Opel GT w/1.9L is on the front and rear wheels? I would like to determine roughly where the center of gravity is in reference to the front of the vehicle. I am supposing you are now asking yourself "why in the heck does he want to know that?" Well since it is about -20 deg C ( -68 deg F) here today it is too cold to be out in the garage and besides being a single car garage there is not much room to work on the GT when you have a snowblower, shovels, kids sliding gear and other normal garage items crammed in there. So I started thinking about a discussion I had with a friend awhile ago about my wanting to attempt (for the first time) to rebuild my 1.9L engine. I explained the room issue and the fact that the engine would have to be dropped out the bottom. We came up with a conclusion that 2 full car length ramps would best suit my needs (didn’t want to place the car on stands due to immobility aspect). The twist is he described a set of ramps he had once seen that when you drive the car up on the ramp it would then “teeter” forward leveling out with the ground and giving you plenty of height to work under the full length. Sounds good, but can it be done? Hence my question of trying to determine the CofG which I think we will have to know. Of course this is just a fun concept on paper at this point to play around with. Anybody now the weight values or seen ramps with this design before? What are your thoughts?