Vintage gas grills are a unique blend of design and utility. All of our gas grill heads will enhance your outdoor space and deliver extraordinary results. Our grills come equipped with an array of features that make it the perfect centerpiece for your outdoor kitchen. Built to last, your Vintage grill will deliver professional quality results for years to come. 27,500 BTUs of power delivers steakhouse searing. The U-shaped grates channel fat away from burner to prevent flare-ups while the ceramic infrared burner gives your steaks a beautiful, savory crust. The Vintage rotisserie system features 15,000 BTU or 18,000 BTU flush mounted infrared burners, a heavy-duty stainless steel spit & tine assembly and electric motor for hands-free operation. Our smoking system uses a drawer that pulls out from the control panel and is equipped with a 7,000 BTU smoker burner. No need to remove grates to re-load a smoker box. Just pull the drawer out and add your chips!
- 56-in. liquid propane built-in grill with sear zone
- Infrared sear zone
- 27,500 BTU 18 SR burners
- 18,000 BTU flush mounted infrared rotisserie burner
- 7,000 BTU dedicated smoker burner
- .375-in. polished stainless steel grill grates
- Ceramic briquettes
- Polished and seamless edges
- Double-walled, insulated canopy
- Integrated hood thermometer
Offer Expires: 1/1/2020 to 5/4/2020 |
Must be postmarked by: 6/4/2020
Receive up to a $500 rebate with purchase of qualifying Vintage models. Rebate form must be postmarked by 6/4/2020.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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