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Old 12-06-2017, 09:41 PM
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Default one more project to share BBQ Train

built this for my brother another project out of my hair this year
nothing special but the way he wanted it.

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Old 12-06-2017, 09:54 PM
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That's pretty cool!! Somewhere on here is a bbq/smoker thread with recipes and pics of 'finished goods'.
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Old 12-06-2017, 10:04 PM
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Looks great! Nice way to add some flair to the cooking.


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Old 12-06-2017, 11:42 PM
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Thanks guys for the nice comments
I considered it to be one of my not so grate throw togather projects as my brother was in such a push push hurry to have it, and pretty much all of it was built out of random scrap

how this project started out was my dad who has passed some 20 yeaars ago built a train pit 33 years ago and my brother ended up with it and use the tar out of it when it should of been a yard ornament and when the fire box finaly gave out he started building the fire in the cooking chamber, well it was not long an the bottom fell out of it.

so he brought it to me to get it repaired and i was like ...well.... ill look at it and thought there s no reserection for this one. so i told him only thing i can do is pull the front rake and two of the original wheels off it and start over and used all the usable scrp and drop material i could get my hands on.

anyway trying to get him to pay for consumables was like pulling teeth out of a badger on a fresh kill.
and then the colors he decided he wanted was to me a bit bright and i had to figure out how to make them work togather. so yep it was a project, but to him had some memories he wanted to hang on to
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