Industrial Salvage BBQ - Yay or Nay / Would you want one?

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I couldnt find anything like this on YouTube for making a BBQ out of an expired propane tank, so I came up with this.

Then I used some leftovers and made a charcoal smoker hopefully, all make from scraps, well at least 90%

Its hard to even sell one here, no one wants anything like this. My personal one is from a 100 pound tank
and has a 30+ pound full stainless grill top.

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Would you personally like one of these to BBQ on if you are a propane person?

For the small one, it costs a fortune to make and its with just a basic cheaper HD grill top.
What would you pay?

Here is the smaller 50lb tank getting put together to the end.

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Here is the Charcoal grill / smoker coming together. Mostly from Scrap parts. Parts from an old grill base, an old stair stepper,
left over stuff like a burner from an old grill, and parts from a propane tank.

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