Reusing an Old Weber Silver B for a Cart

Rich Dahl

TVWBB 1-Star Olympian
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.



 
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Bobby P

TVWBB Super Fan
What an ingenious way to repurpose the frame of the old gasser! Great looking build, keep up the good work.
 

Clint

TVWBB Olympian
well even if the ladies don't find you handsome they'll still find you handy :)

Nice job, looks like you could have increased the value of your money by at least 5 times.... & it looks great!
 

Steve P. (Timmee)

TVWBB Member
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.
http://i1276.photobucket.com/albums/y469/rjd4cars/carts_zpsa3210a9b.jpg
http://i1276.photobucket.com/albums/y469/rjd4cars/carts001_zps969131c7.jpg
http://i1276.photobucket.com/albums/y469/rjd4cars/carts003_zpsb169827d.jpg
http://i1276.photobucket.com/albums/y469/rjd4cars/carts005_zps39fe886f.jpg
That looks awesome. :D
 

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