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Oklahoma Joe's "Grill"

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Oklahoma Joe's Grill

 

I refinished this little grill a few years ago and built the stand.  I know it's made by Oklahoma Joe's but I always thought they made smokers only. My Grandfather got it new and gave it to my Father.  Now I have it and would like info in it like the model/name. Has anyone seen this grill or have info? I really like this old grill, the thermometer still works great. Thanks 

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It looks like a firebox for a smoker, with a stack where normally the smoke & heat would pass through to the cooking chamber.

 

Al

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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

It looks like a firebox for a smoker, with a stack where normally the smoke & heat would pass through to the cooking chamber.

Al

That's what I thought but it is a Oklahoma Joe's grill. It has the Oklahoma emblem with a serial number as well as the original Oklahoma thermometer. Would you have any ideas to clean the emblem? I don't want to use a wire wheel because it will scrape it. What will bring the shine back without damaging the print? Can't get the upload image to work from my phone. I have a few more images to post. Will post the asap.
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Any tips on cleaning the OK Joe's label? It could use a shine but I don't want to take the name a picture off. Thanks
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that looks like an old good one, all welded, not like the ones you get today

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It is pretty heavy and old. I would like an original OK Joe's smoker to go with the grill but my newer production will do for now. This little grill will last forever with a some care. Anyone else own one?
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I have one..no clue about the history. I found it years ago.
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