I got this for $30. It's got some rust, but my power drill and some wire brush tips did a pretty good job on it so far. I think it's either a char-broil silver smoker or a brinkman smoke n' pit. The thing is, there are absolutely NO MARKINGS on it at all! I scowered the whole thing. One of the main problems is there are no bolts for holing up the cooking grid. Not even holes where they should be. The 2 rusty grids that it came with just rest in there ( i don't think they were original). I have not fired this up yet because I want to get new cooking grids. If I get porcelain replacements, are they going to slide around, or will they do a pretty good job of staying in place? I see whoever owned it put the smokestack on the outside even with the grid already. I've already purchased metal for the baffle and some expanded steel for a charcoal basket. Should I take the steel brush to the inside as well? I know no paint, but if I power steel brush it, is that ok? One last thing, I noticed people said the newer char-broils were thinner steel. Well this thing weighs a ton. Seems like thick steel, if that matters. I've always been happy with my great outdoors smokey mountain vertical that I converted to electric, but I'm anxious to try my patience at wood smoking! Any help is appreciated.