I will just leave this here

Bruce

TVWBB Olympian
That thing looks like it spent the last ten years in Wisconsin. But, for $35, it is probably a good parts grill. It looks like it has SS Rod grates and that would be worth it right there.
 

Jon Tofte

TVWBB Platinum Member
I agree with Bruce. If you are interested in flipping those, this one has way more than $35 worth of parts - even if not "easily fixable!" 😆
 
It’s about an hour away from me. So not worth the drive. I thought it was funny how the entire floorboard and part of one of the main frame support legs was rusted off and she said was easily fixable
 

Jon Tofte

TVWBB Platinum Member
Two hour round trip, yeah, probably not really worth it unless you have a special interest in the sidewinder.

I think my favorites are "Weber warranties for life" and "Parts easily available for cheap on Amazon." Sure.
 

Bruce

TVWBB Olympian
Yah, I wouldn't bother with that grill unless I was making a trip out in that direction. You could probably get it for a $20 bill anyway. Unless you are a rehabber, there just isn't enough left of that grill to work with.
 

LMichaels

TVWBB Hall of Fame
Some of you may remember the scene in the movie The World's Fastest Indian where Anthony Hopkins uses an angle grinder to trim his toe nails. If not I HIGHLY recommend the movie it is truly a fantastic film
 

Bruce

TVWBB Olympian
Larry, good luck. It looks like the snow storm is going to mainly go south of me, but you are in the bullseye. Have fun with the snow blower.
 

LMichaels

TVWBB Hall of Fame
Larry, good luck. It looks like the snow storm is going to mainly go south of me, but you are in the bullseye. Have fun with the snow blower.
Ugh would really like for you guys to enjoy it more up north. Luckily I got that little Honda just cranking out the snow. I actually found another one like it but it needs carb work and I will do that over the spring and sell it next fall
 

Bruce

TVWBB Olympian
Well, I am more than happy to see your little Hondas get a work out. I am also more than happy to let you drive around in the slop for two days afterwards.
 

Bruce

TVWBB Olympian
Snow blowers are those things you use to clear out the three foot mounds of snow and ice that the snow plows shove into the end of your driveway 30 minutes before you have to leave for work.
 

LMichaels

TVWBB Hall of Fame
A gas powered yard (or driveway/sidewalk) slave. You will know when you need one. 45 degrees here today, cold coming for the weekend. Need to clean the fireplace before the weekend!
One thing I really like now. No need to clean my fireplace, no need to stock wood, or worry about creosote, stoke a fire have insects in the house that escape the fire wood (you haven't lived until you have angry yellow jackets that decided to nest in a log suddenly feel the heat and look for revenge :D
Now I sit back, click a remote and I have a beautiful fire in a fireplace that is 85% efficient, produces enough heat to heat up half my house, has no drafts, no vermin getting in and is completely sealed using no inside air for combustion. All air for combustion is taken from outside.
 

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