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Silver Smoker gets makeover

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This past winter, i learned a valuable lesson: hold onto a good smoker.  A few years ago, my father-in-law gave me a classic Brinkman Pitmaster Deluxe that he found on the curb, apparently his neighbor didn't want it.  That smoker was a solid, heavy duty model that i had repainted and just basically stored away.  I was kind of taking a break from smoking at that time, and figured I would just sell it on craigs list for 120.00.  About 2 months later, I was bit by the smoking bug.  I began wondering why I had been so foolish.  You simply can't go out and buy any thing of that quality at the local stores (with a few exceptions, WSM, etc..) for a reasonable cost.  Finally, a silver smoker appeared on craig's list, that was in need of a little tlc. For about 20.00 in supplies, I again have a decent smoker.  I now realize that I cannot stop there, I must now start stashing extra cash away for my dream smoker, Lang  48 or 60 Deluxe.  I just have to rationalize the need for a pit that size. 101_0392.jpg   101_0413.JPG

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Wow looks good as new.  Maybe you could start buying up all the smokers in need of TLC resale them and put the profits in a jar toward your LANG!!

 

 

 

post #3 of 5

Cool !

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Originally Posted by LGHT View Post

Wow looks good as new.  Maybe you could start buying up all the smokers in need of TLC resale them and put the profits in a jar toward your LANG!!

 

 

 



Now THAT is a great idea!!!  The smoker pays for the smoker . . . . . . icon14.gif

 

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Good job!

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