One of a Kind Gas Go Anywhere Grill


 

Dave in KC

TVWBB Wizard
After being in lust for a Snap-On CGA for quite a
long while and realizing I will likely never acquire
one ... I opted to go a slightly different route.
My main interest in the Snap-On quite simply is
the beautiful red color. Oh, and the wooden handles.
Snap-On means nothing to me. Also, in having a
Char-Q, a PK, a couple of black CGA's and a couple
of Smokey Joe's, I am not lacking in small, portable
charcoal units. I do have a Q100, but other than that,
no other small, portable gassers.
Until now that is .......

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Hat tip to Jeff at Independence Porcelain Enamel
for the beautiful red finish, and to Brian Zavod for
the awesome, personalized handles.
 

Bruce

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Wow, you re-porcelained a Go Anywhere. That is really pretty. Did you even have the coleman lp bottle porcelained?
 

Bruce

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
Just not sure where you find the time for those pet projects with your regular job and all the rehabs you do.
 

Jon Tofte

TVWBB Hall of Fame
That’s awesome, Dave! The whole thing looks so cool 😎!

I am not sure what color I would go for if I could get by with paying for a re-porcelain coating. I saw where your guy did an avocado Go Anywhere; that would be one I would like. If someone could replicate pin striping and logos to then be porcelainized, a Skyline Go Anywhere might be my first choice!

I am in misery because there is an avocado 22” kettle for sale right. Not cheap but not insane either. I just have to admit, though, that I need to SELL not buy right now. Dave, you knock out plenty so you can justify doing the special personal ones you invest in. Maybe some day I can get a little closer to how you do it.👍
 

Jon Tofte

TVWBB Hall of Fame
I wish I could afford to have him reporcelain my 1971 26” Aristocrat!

It would be interesting to know how kettle collectors would treat an antique grill that has been re-coated with real porcelain vs. the typical disdain for most paint touch-ups on these grills.
 

Bob H.

TVWBB Hall of Fame
After being in lust for a Snap-On CGA for quite a
long while and realizing I will likely never acquire
one ... I opted to go a slightly different route.
My main interest in the Snap-On quite simply is
the beautiful red color. Oh, and the wooden handles.
Snap-On means nothing to me. Also, in having a
Char-Q, a PK, a couple of black CGA's and a couple
of Smokey Joe's, I am not lacking in small, portable
charcoal units. I do have a Q100, but other than that,
no other small, portable gassers.
Until now that is .......

7doi14el.jpg


CZtlIOvl.jpg


91rnG2Dl.jpg


gzl56MDl.jpg


WfYdMsQl.jpg


Hat tip to Jeff at Independence Porcelain Enamel
for the beautiful red finish, and to Brian Zavod for
the awesome, personalized handles.
Looks Great!
 

Jason Godard

TVWBB Super Fan
Sweet. Thats the way I would go if I wanted to refinish. Jon, I wouldn’t worry about what collectors think if you are refinishing with a custom color that you want. If it is worth doing, go for it.
 

 

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