Sunday, April 19, 2009

Car BBQ

I couldn't resist showing off this awesome Car-Turned-BBQ spotted at a local auto repair shop's grand opening yesterday.

The creator of this baby, Jed Haveron, removed the transmission, et al from under the hood and inserted a gas griddle which is connect to a gas tank located in the trunk. He soldered metal to wrap around the grill complete with little compartments on each side, one to turn the gas on, another for the grease trap. To top it off, he even inserted bread racks into the back seat for buns, plates, etc. How ingenious! He then tows this car-BBQ to parties and cranks out the hamburgers (which were delicious by the way). What one? Maybe Jed will make one for you, contact him HERE.

8 comments:

  1. No Way! That is so cool...I love it!

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  2. That's awesome! I'd totally take off the tires and set it up on blocks too :)
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