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    Is this an original Summit gasser?

    https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...8820996395798/

    Saw this post on FB and found it pretty interesting. Looks like someone is going to get a nice grill for cheap.

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    Yes. It's a Summit 450. I have the exact same grill. Not sure why such a long propane tank hose. Of course, one has to check for rust on the inside in those areas where Summits of this era are known to rust.

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    Thank you for the information, Chris. Yes the long hose does seem odd. If i had the room and could convince my wife of adding another grill, i'd certainly take a trip to Omaha to take a look...especially at that price. But, regardless it's always neat to see a beautiful older Weber out in the wild.

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    Wonder if it's a natural gas grill and the guy added a regulator so he could use propane, that might explain the long hose.
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    I see the tank holder and scale on it. Wondering if he went for the long hose to connect to a low pressure LP system like my son's house. If that is the case, not sure why there is a regulator/tank connector on the end of the whip hose.
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