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  • Hello!

    I've been considering building an oven for about a year. My design is a little different, and I'm going to post more info and questions in the appropriate forum. I've been making pizza's in my oven and on my grill for the past year, and have come up with some good sauce and dough recipes. My wife and I enjoy Friday (pizzaday) evenings, and she makes homemade bread from her grandmothers recipe. So, it's time for the oven!

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    Re: Hello!

    Welcome aboard.
    Enjoy the obsession.

    And don't forget about pictures.
    We like pictures.
    And we like recipes.
    My thread:
    My costs:
    My pics:


    • #3
      Re: Hello!

      Chevy Chevelle.....The last of the finest. My brother had one. It was a '70 convertible, Blue W/ white stripes. 396 turbo-hydramatic/Cowl Induction.
      70s on the front and 60s on the rear. Air shocks all around.
      I ditched my mom's '65 Impala and used the Chevelle for my drivers license test.
      That old man was really shaking when he came outside and saw his life flash before him. I ran three YELLOW lights, was always 5 over the limit but nailed the parallel parking. I don't know to this day why he passed me.

      Low 13's in the quarter right out of the box. Great car.