Prepping to Sell Bullseye Looking for Opinion(s)

exilepa

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Getting ready to list the Bullseye on FB Marketplace, Craigslist, etc... Have done the Weber Performer cart mod, however, have kept the original stand/wheels that came with the Bullseye. What is the consensus -- Return to stock or leave modded for putting up for sale?

Nothing wrong with the Bullseye just prefer the ease and convenience of my gasser for searing and quick/hot cooks. Already have a 590 so the Bullseye is redundant to keep taking up storage space on the patio. I live in Ohio if anyone is interested! HA! :)
 

Bh85

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Leave moded and include original and they can swap it if they want.
 

BillsCamo

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Getting ready to list the Bullseye on FB Marketplace, Craigslist, etc... Have done the Weber Performer cart mod, however, have kept the original stand/wheels that came with the Bullseye. What is the consensus -- Return to stock or leave modded for putting up for sale?

Nothing wrong with the Bullseye just prefer the ease and convenience of my gasser for searing and quick/hot cooks. Already have a 590 so the Bullseye is redundant to keep taking up storage space on the patio. I live in Ohio if anyone is interested! HA! :)
Does food off the bullseye taste better than the gasser?
 

Waterboy

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@BillsCamo my family thinks food off the Bullseye is considerably better than off the gasser. Even at hot temps there is a wood fired (not necessarily smokey) flavor that you don’t get from a gas grill. I will say the gas grill fired up faster, shut down quicker, and had more cooking space but I still prefer the Bullseye.
 

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