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    Piece of history

    I'm not selling this, I just thought you guys might appreciate the opportunity to see or own a very old Weber I found on Craigslist. This is an old 1960's Imperial Sequoia. Looks like it'll be fun to restore.

    Last edited by Jonoaf; May 24, 2015, 09:00 AM.

    WOW! Was the carto original equipment?


      Certainly looks like it. I found the info on this page.

      Looking to determine the age of your Weber Kettle? Look no further. This page is a collaborative effort put forth by the club founders and historians – owners of 50+ vintage Weber grills – and hours and hours of research. If your grill was made from 1979 to 2014, the top vent on the lid will […]

      If it were closer to me, I'd probably get it.


        Weber made some unusual carts over the years. One looked like a wishing well with a kettle placed over the opening. But this is pretty rough around the edges. I suspect this is home made.


          It does look rough, but I think this one is real. Here's one more link showing a cleaned up version of the same cart.


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            Well son of a gun. Looks like I'm mistaken.

          That would make a neat winter project to restore. It's about 2 hours from me but I have too many other projects going on right now.



            I can't believe no one has popped in to say, "They sure don't make them like they used to!"

            wait a second...


              I don't see how people cooked on those things without a high tech super-expensive thermometer in the lid.


                Gone before I got a chance to see it.



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