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Wanted: KBQ C-60 - Chicagoland

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    Wanted: KBQ C-60 - Chicagoland

    Been checking CL and FB Marketplace for months, but haven’t found the Karubecue C-60 I’m craving. I’m in NW Chicago, but don’t mind driving a few hours for a fair deal. Hit me up!

    #2
    I hear you. Chicagoland is tough for finding non-Weber grills and smokers used.

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    • Sid P
      Sid P commented
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      And rusty COS’s. I’ve seen about 500 of those.

    • IFindZeroBadCooks
      IFindZeroBadCooks commented
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      No kidding. I look and look after some lucky dude here picks up some fancy smoker for $50 inTX and nada. Good luck though!

    • Murdy
      Murdy commented
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      And MES and cheap junk, been looking too.

    #3
    This will be the best thing you buy when it comes to BBQ! Good luck brother!

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      #4
      Originally posted by Spinaker View Post
      This will be the best thing you buy when it comes to BBQ! Good luck brother!
      Thanks Spinaker! I see you all over the KBQ threads, so here’s a quick question for you. If the brisket/ribs/pork butt you make on the KBQ is a 10, what rating would you give to the "really good" ‘Q you previously made on the WSM, PBC, or whatever your chosen smoker was?
      Last edited by Sid P; August 26, 2021, 01:34 PM.

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      • jhoskins
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        Found a used KBQ about an hour from me... Spinaker Ernest, I have been increasingly following the KBQ thread and my interest is on the rise... assuming a pretty decent condition (seller claims it has been used twice, standard line) what do you think a fair $ is for one used? I have heard the customer service when you buy one new is fantastic... wondering if $1,400 for the C-60 used is a good price (asking price)

      • Sid P
        Sid P commented
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        If it’s the one in MI, proceed with caution. It was listed at $1,250, and when I expressed interest he raised the price to $1,400. Also claims it was used twice but bought in 1/18. I won’t mess with anyone that plays games…

      • jhoskins
        jhoskins commented
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        Sid P that is interesting… it is the one in Michigan, DM’ing

      #5
      I just bought one, but I'm willing to sell it to you for $3,000. Shipping not included....hey I gotta draw the line somewhere.

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        #6
        Originally posted by TripleB View Post
        I just bought one, but I'm willing to sell it to you for $3,000. Shipping not included....hey I gotta draw the line somewhere.
        That’s very kind, but I refuse to take advantage of anyone. Please let me know where I should send your $3,500 cashier’s check drawn on Prince Sidney’s account at the Royal Bank of Nigeria.

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          #7
          Found one. It's not in Chicago, but the seller is willing to ship.

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            #8
            Easily the best BBQ purchase I have made.

            Troutman is not far behind you.

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              #9
              jhoskins it's hard to beat that price given that all you need to get KBQ back to brand new Condition is a little bar keeper's friend. It's a tank

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