Grills Gone Wilder Pictures
Take a no-holds-barred tour of the country's most unbelievable barbecue pits, from a Hot Rod turned barbecue to a double-decker grilling machine.Filed under:
The owner and builder of the “Outlaw Grill," Brett Enright, poses in front of his masterpiece, a 20-foot-high, self-contained barbecue.
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