MES 40'---What's a good price on a used model?

Discussion in 'Electric Smokers' started by mrwizardgi, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. mrwizardgi

    mrwizardgi Meat Mopper

    I'm looking at a used SS 40' MES. Anyone have an opinion on what a good fair price might be? A friend of mine is selling his. It's in decent shape from what I've seen. Any opinions? Thanks

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  2. wutang

    wutang Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

    You are accumulating quite a fleet of smokers. How will you decide which one to cook on?
     
  3. ktotheb

    ktotheb Fire Starter

    I just bought my 40" materbuilt electric(digital) black not ss for ummmmmm 25.00 in the box. I saw a guy with about 10 of them in the back of his truck at a little country store near the house and he was asking 40.00 but I got mine for ................25.00. Not much help but as a reference I usually look on ebay and craigslist and see what they have been selling for. Just my 02 cents worth. Good luck.
     
  4. mrwizardgi

    mrwizardgi Meat Mopper

    My god MAN! I'd a bought 'em all! That's awesome! He is asking $100 for this used one...just wondering if that's a good price or not. Nice score though!

    J-
     
  5. mrwizardgi

    mrwizardgi Meat Mopper

    I just want to have one of each kind...[​IMG]


    I think an electric might be nice for winter time. I have a screened in back porch that has an outlet. I figure it might be good just to park near the sliding glass door and let'er rip. I figure having 1 electric, one propane, one sfb/gasser, and a UDS should be good. If I ever need to feed an army I should be able to do it with out running back and forth adding coal to the fire all of the time. We'll see...

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  6. ktotheb

    ktotheb Fire Starter

    I went to the same store the next day asking where he was and I'm still asking how to find him. I thought I had been took but there is not a scratch on the one I got. Next time I'll buy the whole load.

    Mrwizard I just sent you an email about a smoker on craigslist.
     

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