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Unread 05-24-2012, 04:09 AM   #1
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Default Summer Project: Cook N Kettle SR

Well I found a deal on the local CL and jumped on it. The deal was a fully loaded Cook N Kettle SR. The original family/owners purchased it in Tulsa from Cook N Tools back in 1961. It came with the original receipt/paperwork, rotissarie and motor, and fully intact grates. The family I bought it from took good care of it over the years. I have an email out to the Cook N Kettle company asking about the best way to restore (clean off rust) the Cook N Kettle and if parts are still available for the SR 59. From reading the threads here I would say probably so.



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Unread 05-24-2012, 04:35 AM   #2
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verry nice
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That is a pure gem. I would love to see that baby in action. Nice find and keep us up to date on your restore.
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That is so cool. May we ask what you paid for it?
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well now that is interesting. Have fun with her.
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That is so cool. May we ask what you paid for it?
I gave $300 for it.
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That is a pure gem. I would love to see that baby in action. Nice find and keep us up to date on your restore.
Most definitely.
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Outstanding score
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Very cool. Got any pics of the inside??
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That is slick!
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Very cool, looks to be in great shape for a 50 year old
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Very cool. Got any pics of the inside??
Yes. Here you go...







And here is the bottom of it...

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A little bit of history in your back yard now.
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Very cool!!!!
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Nice, It looks to be in great shape, I hope I still look that good when I'm 51.
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