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Old 09-19-2011, 06:30 PM   #41
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Well, the one I got just after graduating collage and used almost daily (for over 15 years) till it fell apart, cost under $15! Sure would like to have one today!
Try here: Kay Home Products 30052DI Cast Iron Hibachi Grill#
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Old 09-19-2011, 06:34 PM   #42
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Thanks Jim! You're da bomb!
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Old 09-25-2011, 09:17 PM   #43
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We've been using our Weber Go Anywhere since 1999.

It still cooks a great stake, fish,chicken and ears of corn.
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We used to have a Hibatchi grill that I made a case for to prevent the greasy grill from touching things in the car. We used it for day trips. Would go to a park, grill our lunch and return home. I made the mistake of lending it to a relative and he did me the disservice of storing it next to his house. The grill rusted and the case delaminated. The grill looked like this:

Cast Iron Hibachi Grills Japanese Style

(The Marsh Allen 30052)

Actually, now I use el cheapo propane. Don't have to wait for the charcoal to fire up. Should make another case, though.
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Hi: Roger C H...I just bought a Martin table top BBQ. It's slightly bigger than the old one that fell apart after 6yrs. It still fits in a 35gal. tote on wheels along with extra fuel cyl., water hose, and camp mat.
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