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:welcome: FLCooker.  I'm no expert, but I'm pretty sure some members here have repaired cracks with JB Weld or other types of high temp cement.  It's hard to tell from the photos, but the firebox/ring seem to be intact.  The bottom slider looks like it's still there. It seems to be missing a cap.

There are several threads here by owners of restored vintage kamados.  I suggest you take a look at those restoration jobs and decide whether it's a project you want to undertake.  If you decide to "test" it I suggest you stay well below 300*.  Your old kamado is made from clay, not the types of modern materials that can withstand high temperatures.

 

Good luck.

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