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    Reusing an Old Weber Silver B for a Cart

    I was looking around for some type of moveable service cart for my cooking area and just didn’t find what I wanted or the price was way out of line. I was on CL one day and ran across a Weber Silver B gasser for $20.00, pretty beat up but being in dry Arizona no rust at all. I bought it and with a repaint and some surplus clear pine I had and some trim I built my own, total cost $34.00 including the Weber.



    Last edited by Rich Dahl; 05-30-2014 at 12:33 PM.
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    That is a great looking cart!

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    Nice!!!!!!!!
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    Very nice looking cart!
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    Very nice work Rich!
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    Beautiful job Rich. Like that towel rack!
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    Nice job. If I run across a cheap weber I will do the same.

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    Very nice.
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    Damn that looks awsome!
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    What an ingenious way to repurpose the frame of the old gasser! Great looking build, keep up the good work.
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