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Unread 01-27-2010, 12:00 AM   #1
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Unread 01-27-2010, 01:17 AM   #2
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Cool setup not too much has changed. Proven design.
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Cant wait to build one. Where do I get some asbestos?
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I really loved the old P. Mechanics magazines compared to the present ones.
Lots of cool home projects like the one you just posted.
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Love it. Including the probably galvanized "sheetmetal" firebox.
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mmmmm smoked asbestos
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Very cool indeed, might even try to build it. sans the galvanized & asbestos lined firebox...
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Too cool!! I can wait to see who's going to be the first to makie one of these!!
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You don't have to worry about the galvinized metal, because the asbestos kept it from burning.Asbestos was a popular heat insulater in those days. I don't guess we'll ever know how well these cookers worked back then, because everyone who built and used it are All Dead!!
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My favorite PM issue featured "Build Your Own Hovercraft". ;) Lawnmower engines and all.
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I also recommend applying a few coats of lead based paint and letting your kids nibble on the paint till it starts to chip off.
Look at the pic......that dude's a 50's stud. Has his wife, mistress, and mom over for a cook out. Pair of brass cojones on that dude! Or maybe it's his wife, mistress, and his cougar.
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Mmmmmm... Asbestos Buffalo Turds!
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Cant wait to build one. Where do I get some asbestos?

I work in a 100 year old state hospital. I eat that stuff for breakfast. I can get you all you want.
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The first item on the basic accessories is a chef's hat.... I know y'all wear one, right?
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Cool setup not too much has changed. Proven design.
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