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NEW Thermos Fire and Ice Portable Grill


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This is a new-in-box, Thermos Fire and Ice grill. Its in the original box with the original packing, never used. It's a cooler and grill in one, great for tailgating, cookouts, and camping.

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FEATURES:

TAKE OR GO ANYWHERE GRILL ICE COOLER COMBO

HYDRAULIC LIFT FOR RAISING THE GRILL UP TO A 32" COOKING LEVEL

MEASUREMENTS: 34" X 19" X 28 1/2"

WEIGHT: ABOUT 67 POUNDS

310 SQUARE INCH COOKING AREA

COOKING TOOLS

ENCLOSED STAINLESS STEEL BURNER

FOLDAWAY SIDE SHELVES WITH TOOL HOLDER

BUILT IN BOTTLE OPENER

10 GALLON COOLER

GRILL DETACHES FROM COOLER

RUST RESISTANT BODY

REMOVABLE GREASE TRAY

BUILT IN IGNITOR

TEFLON COOKING SURFACE

The grill retails for $220 new, and have seen on sale for as cheap as $190. Willing to take $150 cash. Located near Cannon Falls, MN, south of the Twin Cities 45 miles. Can drop off near St. Paul for free on weekdays. 612-309-1592 or jnelson at gis dot umn dot edu.

Joel

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8-ball:

Sorry, need $125 for it. The cheapest is has gone for on ebay in the last month was $122.50 + $50 shipping and handling, costing $172.50.

This item is brand new in box, and you're saving an additional $50 on the cheapest ebay'ed price, and $75 on the retail sale price.

Joel

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Sorry The Boss vetoed the idea.. 8-Ball. (Spent too much at Maplewood Mall last weekend!).

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