I will just leave this here


 

Steve Hoch

TVWBB Pro
Sometimes I ruminate on the possibility of there existing an un-assembled, new in box Genesis 2000 with wood slats, a bright red head and already set up for natural gas. Or maybe a green head. New in box, nearby is the idea. I sometimes wonder what exists ...
I would be ecstatic if I could find any kind of new in the box Genesis. I don't even care what color or version it would be. I'm sure there's one out there somewhere.
 

THyde

TVWBB Wizard
I can't even imagine doing anything to a new in box Genesis 2000 except for pouring POR-15 through all the frame parts, replacing all the bolts with stainless and putting no fewer than ten coats of spar polyurethane on the wood slats. That would be a dream!
 

DanHoo

TVWBB Wizard
not new in box, but the price is right

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The lid has a bad spot 😢

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Wood might be original?

And z bars are in great condition.

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THyde

TVWBB Wizard
That's pretty much the exact grill I had described!!!! Enjoy it, boy would I like to see some pictures of that one when it's done! Bummer about the lid, but wow for the z bars and the wood, great find! And with rotisserie to boot, man sometimes I wish I lived in California.
 

DanHoo

TVWBB Wizard
That's pretty much the exact grill I had described!!!! Enjoy it, boy would I like to see some pictures of that one when it's done! Bummer about the lid, but wow for the z bars and the wood, great find! And with rotisserie to boot, man sometimes I wish I lived in California.
I have another red hood, but this wood color might look better with green or even black.

The irony is I only needed the propane manifold...
 

Jon Tofte

TVWBB Hall of Fame
There's a $650 Silver C (black hood) unused a half hour from me that has been for sale for months. I think he is testing the very upper end of that market. Maybe a wood slat redhead similarly unused would attract more attention.

 

Jon Tofte

TVWBB Hall of Fame
What a shame, but also opportunity to save a few more of these classics to pass on to another generation. I personally feel that, with some parts starting to become unavailable, we are in the beginning of the waning days of these wonderful old Webers being able to be restored.
 

Steve Hoch

TVWBB Pro
At some point I'm just going to ask DanHoo to send me good control panels and drip trays. They seem to stay a lot nicer where he lives and he just keeps tripping over these things left and right 😁
 

Bill Ware

New member
The pictured one was free, but I missed it. My 30 dollar one is very complete, no rust, wood slats need help and its a red head!
Anyone on here from Lowell, MA? He has a bunch (15) of grills on Offerup.
 

 

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