I’m always on the lookout for vintage grills, and in particular, ones that have never been used. A lot of these grills were given as gifts and end up in attics, garages, or the backs of closets for years and years. I run across them at antique malls, eBay, or Craigslist on occasion. Like this Miss “Barbee-Q” grill.
I picked up this Miss “Barbee-Q” grill for around $20. Never used, in a box that showed just a bit of wear. One thing is for sure, I’ll use it just like I use every grill I own (that is, regularly). This grill makes the perfect little patio grill. I loaded it up with a small chimney full of lit charcoal, and put on some nice all-beef dinner dogs. They came out great.I can see using this Miss “Barbee-Q” grill at a park when we go out for a picnic. It’s small, light, and easy to clean. I’m not sure I’d use it in our “rec” room as the box suggests, though, but it’d work just fine in a fireplace with the chimney flue open (of course).
Also check out my vintage portable Coca Cola grill.