Went to an antique shop and a pipe caught my eye. Nice big bowl, straight stem. Antique dealer sold it to me for $7.50. Got home, reamed it out, cleaned it as best as I could for now. There is still a ghost hiding in there.. not sure how to get that out. I guess i need to ream it more, or get some sandpaper and get it back to the wood? Had a B B B and the word Thornycroft on it. Searching online tells me it was probably made in the 1950's. This has to be one of the best smokers I have ever used. Stays cool, nice thick smoke. If I can just get rid of the remaining ghost, it will be the best $7.50 I've ever spent! I need to find some more of these.