Kate tells me about a Weber with wood handles that came up on her notifications.
Uhmmmm, hell yeah. She notified the seller and went and picked it up for me yesterday.
That’s when you know you’ve got a good woman.
It’s the same year she was born and two years after the first Weber Go-Anywhere was released.
@Neil_VT00 From Weber Kettle Club put together a comprehensive history of the Weber Go-Anywhere which you can read here
Our C Code has shorter legs and teak handles that have the Weber logo and writing “The one. The only.”
It came with an instruction manual which I found interesting.