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I'm told that it was made in America.
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It looks like, for this guy, the sky's the limit. If he closes the cover, the smoke might add an interesting effect to his grilling engine.
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I suppose you could get a nacelle from one of the airplane junkyards.

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Here is a short video of that grill when it was being made.


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If you're going to barbecue, then do it, don't mess around with one of those backyard toys.
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Theo, WOW!

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Here is a short video of that grill when it was being made.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XaArdTYF0c
THANK YOU Mike, after hearing the price I decided to cancel my order!

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George Foreman is a popular guy in our kitchen. We have a gas grill but rarely use it as we are not real tolerant of the heat in our later years.

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