The Latest… A DR Code Green 2nd Generation @WeberGrills Performer

Check out the restore project here-
http://www.northeastbbq.com

Northeast BBQ

Our buddy Anthony Caturano At Tonno took the second SS Performer.  Immediately I had a empty pit in my stomach, without a Performer to cook on at the dock. Truth be told I really enjoy the restoration process and needed another project so I searched out another Performer looking for some love.

So this beautiful gem fell into my lap look at the bottom of this post:)

It’s a second generation Weber Performer.  Each of the Generations of the Performers have things I like about them.

The classic lines on the first generation Stainless Steel ones, the only performers to use stainless steel. (Here’s the performer Anthony took)

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The Black Frame on the second generation.(This is the first Performer I ever acquired)

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The Wheels on the third Generation.

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The Black Metal table on the fourth generation. (This is actually my 3rd gen with a 4th gen table.

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And here is…

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7 thoughts on “The Latest… A DR Code Green 2nd Generation @WeberGrills Performer

  1. Pretty neat how you restore these. Especially impressive in such a throwaway society where we are so inclined to buy newer bigger better. Very cool. I kinda want a Joey restored Weber grill!

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  2. What anonymous said. I’ve a 27 inch kettle that I’ve had for 8 years now and it is looking a little crusty. One of these days I’ll bug Joey for tips on cleaning it up!

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  3. Joey,

    I think the city should have a “proclamation and proclaim the grill restoration day in your name!” We all have our hobbies and loves keeps us kicking strong! 🙂 Dave

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    1. It’s to get the coals lit really easily. I love that feature. You put the charcoal In my case I always use the charcoal baskets over the burner tube and let the gas assist run for about 3-4 minutes. Then the coals are lit rather than using messy newspaper that leaves the stuff flying around in your kettle. It’s just super easy.

      I just listed this one for sale. It’s a beauty. FOR SALE. I CLEANED UP THE LATEST PERFORMER TO IMMACULATE CONDITION. YOU CAN LITERALLY EAT OUT OF THE BOWL. $160 TAKES IT HOME

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