I had one of those back in the late '60s. It was called an Electric Redi-smok and it was manufactured by Bob Rod Enterprises. A friend of my dad's gave it to me because it was too much trouble to clean up after cooking, but the thing turned out some really good food with absolutely no attention. We used to take it to our deer lease and throw all kinds of stuff in it before daylight on the porch. About 12 hours or so later, open the thing up and whatever you had in there was falling apart tender with a nice smoke ring. Unfortunately, my mom insisted we scrub the inside of the thing clean after every use (seasoning? what's that all about?) and that was such a pain that it only got used a couple of times a year. Finally rusted out after 15 years on a shelf in the garage and went to the scrap yard.
BBQ Apprentice - Old Country Brazos offset, 22.5 WSM, Various gassers, portable grills, etc.