WOW, I might be interested in it. Although it would probably take the better part of a week or two to get it fired, scoured, seasoned and back into shape. I would take a lot of elbow grease to get that thing back to black.<quoted text>
You just have to be lucky to find one of them. I know where one is for 150 at a Corbin antiques store, but it's rusted brown and appears never used, so I'm not interested. I want a used one that has that good blackend coating.
Could you tell me where this antique store is at by chance??
Thanks!!!! I'm kind of excited, and that price isn't all that bad. I'm willing to breathe new life into it as long as it's what I've been looking for!!