The Vintage gas grill by Holland offers much improved sturdiness and stability, and as known with all Holland grills, the same great cooking performance. Based on the design of one of our most popular grill models the Tradition which was discontinued, the Vintage is improved with two large wheels to make moving the grill a cinch. Our new access panel makes it simple to access the burner for cleaning, and as always, you'll love the way the food turns out.
• Grill temperature thermometer in the lid
• Solid one-piece steel base
• Wood chip drawer for smoking
• Rotary spark ignition system
• Powder-coated aluminum bottom shell for long life
• Aluminum sizzle tray
• Redesigned Stainless Steel deflector plate for rigidity and improved heat flow
• Solid base feet and two large wheels for easy mobility and sturdiness
• Burner access panel
• Easy assembly! Comes mostly preassembled like Epic & Apex
• Rear pedestal support panel provides easy burner access
• One-piece cooking grid frame for easy cleaning and smooth finish
• BTU'S: 20,000
• Cooking Hours: Approximately 21 hours per 20 lb propane tank
• Shelf-to-Shelf Width: 49 1/2 "
• Height: 48"
• Depth: 26 1/2"
• Cooking Grid Dimensions: 24 5/16" x 16 3/8"
• Shipping Weight: 104 lbs
• Approved Orifice Sizes: #55 for propane; #48 for natural gas
• 5 year limited warranty aqainst rust-through-or-burn out on top or bottom shelf
• 1 year warrany on all functional Parts
• lifetime warranty on cooking grid and cast iron burner
- 20 lb LP/ Propane tank is not included.
- The Vintage Grill ships mostly assembled in two boxes.
- The grill comes factory set to operate on LP gas, but can be easily converted to Natural
Gas (requires the 12' Quick Disconnect Hose which is purchased separately, and is converted
before the grill is shipped).
A note about Stainless Steel:
Various research might show that our stainless grill uses 14,000 BTU's and the aluminum grills are set for over 20,000 BTU. For an explanation of this: BTU rating is simply a calculation based primarily on gas pressure & orifice size, or the amount & type of gas burning per hour (heat output per hour). Since stainless steel retains heat better than the other grill materials, it requires less gas to heat the grills to the same temperature, therefore the stainless steel grills are intentionally designed with a slightly smaller orifice in the gas valve than black grills. You could say that these grills get better "gas mileage" than black grills. All full sized Holland grills, no matter which material, are designed to heat to the SAME temperature. It is Temperature that cooks your food, not BTU's.