Frequently we see where one of our brothers or sisters has made a nice â€œFindâ€ at a garage sale, on Craiglist or some such place. I finally stumbled into a situation I just couldnâ€™t pass up. Now that I have it, I am not sure exactly what I am going to do with it, but my story goes like this: I was driving down the highway when I saw this little hand made sign along the road. No traffic, so I slowed to a crawl and read it. Sign said â€œMoving Saleâ€ and â€œFree Stuffâ€. Between my wife and I we have enough curiosity to â€œKill The Catâ€, so we stopped to take a look. Initially, I thought this family was moving away. Come to find out they were moving in. They had lived in Anchorage for many years and had just relocated to Oregon, to be closer to children. We browsed around and the guy starts talking to me. Asking if there is anything in particular I am looking for. He points out several things, none of which interested me and then he asks if I would be interested in a â€œSmokerâ€. I told him that I might be and glanced around because I hadnâ€™t seen any smokers. Then he points to this box I am standing beside. Turns out he worked for an Airline in Anchorage(Naviohjim, are you reading this?). He had taken one of those nice Aluminum rolling carts that they use to stock the planes with their hot food meals. The thing is already high quality Aluminum, has several shelf brackets and removable racks for each bracket. He had pop riveted in a water/sand rack and left room for a Hot Plate. He had also put in an adjustable air intake and adjustable chimney vent. The box is still on these hunky big strong rollers. It measures 52 inches tall, by 26 inches wide and 22 inches front to back. Said he used it for Salmon and various game meat. Now that he was down here in Oregon he was going to buy something smaller and more modern because he didnâ€™t anticipate the volumes that he smoked in Alaska. He said, â€œIf you want it, take itâ€. And, I did. Canâ€™t figure why he didnâ€™t get rid of it before he moved, instead of after. But, I wasnâ€™t going to argue. I snagged it on the spot. I am posting some pictures, below. It has 9 removable racks. The thing has 30 rack brackets, so offers adjustibility in one inch increments. Yeah, it is a little dirty but a few minutes with my power washer will take care of that. At least the price was right so I figured I didnâ€™t have much to loose. If we ever get a break in the weather I am going to clean her up and give her a test smoke. The capacity is way in excess of what I need for family use. But, like emtee, my neighbors catch a lot of Salmon and Halibut, in season. Even if they don't fish, they take advantage of the lower seasonal prices and buy a bunch. Most of them don't know how to smoke, or even have smokers, so they beg those of us who do. When I help them out by putting on a "Group" smoke, I end up with several smokers running and a lot of cleanup later. I over burden my 'Chief's' and GOSM, just trying to get the job done. Even if I only use it a couple times a year, this should make a great neighborhood smoker. Hopefully so simple I can turn some of the work over to them. I have already thought of a few mods, but they will come in due time. Let me know what you think.