Originally Posted by jfk63
Not sure why it has the older style ash catcher. Well worth the $40 investment!
Nice score for $40.00!
There were multiple incarnations of Weber ash pans. In the 70's, it was a flat twist on pan, used into the late 70s for sure. After that there was the twist on pan with the rolled lip, like the one you have. Then came the pan as we see it now on the OTS: spring clips on the legs that hold the pan.
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