Anyone know about this New Braunfels smoker?

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SmokinJack

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I got this used New Braunfels smoker for free and am about to clean it up, sand down the rust, repaint it, and hopefully do a bunch of cooks on it. Any ideas what model it might be or how old? I've been looking around online and can't find any comparable ones. The logo does not include "Made in USA" so I'm assuming it's after Char-Broil purchased New Braunfels. It feels nice and heavy, but is only 1/8" steel.
 

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I got this used New Braunfels smoker for free and am about to clean it up, sand down the rust, repaint it, and hopefully do a bunch of cooks on it. Any ideas what model it might be or how old? I've been looking around online and can't find any comparable ones. The logo does not include "Made in USA" so I'm assuming it's after Char-Broil purchased New Braunfels. It feels nice and heavy, but is only 1/8" steel.
Did you ever find out more about this smoker? How did it end up working for you? I have seen a few in my los angeles area but not like that one.
 
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