Vintage Weber Grill Gallery
The Weber Kettle Club Community certainly owns more vintage Weber grills and vintage bbq accessories than ANY other community – now its time to showcase the pride we put into our motto.
Rescue. Restore. Respect.
If you’d like your rare Weber grill photos to be added to the gallery contact us or post in the forum!
Pictured on page 8 of the 1966 Weber catalog are Weber Fireplace Barbecue Kettles. Model #'s FBK-430 and FBK 530 ...Read More
This little jewel is owned by WKC member Pezdogs in Australia. It is a 1960's Galley Que that was designed ...Read More
In the early days of Weber, kettles were marketed and sold by traveling salesman. They would put on cooking demonstrations ...Read More
This unused 1975 Key Lime is owned by WKC member Rub. Following up on a lead provided by WKC founder ...Read More
This dark green color was first introduced in 1979. In 1981, the change to using wooden bowl handles meant this ...Read More
Yes, The Penthouse actually does exist. This NOS one is currently up for auction on Ebay. As shown in the ...Read More
This is the first Flamenco to be seen on the WKC Forum and at this time, one of only three ...Read More
This beauty is a 1962 Ambassador. The color was called yellow ochre in the 1962 Weber Catalog and was priced ...Read More
This stunning piece of kettle history was found in a storage unit in Minnesota and is owned by WKC member, ...Read More
When member Chiku18 alerted me to this Smokey Joe box with model number SJ-120, I searched through all the old ...Read More