How to Rehab a Classic Grill


We needed a new grill, but when we found an old Weber at a thrift store we fell in love with her classic good looks and figured she just needed a little love (in the form of paint, power-washing, and a new grill deck). For less than $150, we've got a great, high-quality grill. Full details on how we transformed her on the blog.
Our new-to-us grill, all cleaned up and pretty.
Our new-to-us grill, all cleaned up and pretty.
All these parts needed was a little spray paint to look as good as new.
All these parts needed was a little spray paint to look as good as new.
The frame also needed some paint.
The frame also needed some paint.
We love this wood sideboard. A little powerwashing took off the grime.
We love this wood sideboard. A little powerwashing took off the grime.
Here she is outfitted with a new grill deck.
Here she is outfitted with a new grill deck.
Rita and Cane

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  • Jay Beck
    on May 8, 2018

    Do you know what the model name and number is for this grill?

    Thanks

    Jay

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  • Audrey
    on Apr 26, 2013

    We have an old Kingsford oval shaped grill that we need new insides for ~ but as of now we can not find them. Anyone have any ides, other than having a friend make us new top and middle racks, which will cost lots!

  • L
    on Jul 19, 2016

    Did you buy a new connector for the gas hookup that's what I worry about when I see them out for free or a few dollars

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