Then got it painted.
While I was waiting for the paint to dry to the touch I worked on my utility trailer.
Then I got the Smoker put back together
All that's left to do is to season the grates and cook chamber, however I'll leave that to it's new owner.
You may ask what gave me the motivation to get this done, I will simply reply with $650.
So in all since I bought a new sheet of 3/16" steel for $125 I'm into this build for about $200.
Ask away if you have any questions.
I will be more than happy to help where I can.
Btw I did do a test burn and she holds very well between 225-250.