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Old 12-28-2012, 09:20 AM
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Default Re: For Sale: Mobile Brick Oven Wood Fired

hello bob ,

are you still have it for sale ?
if you do call me at 615-423-4446 ,
thanks and best regards .
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:56 PM
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Default Re: For Sale: Mobile Brick Oven Wood Fired

No, I sold it back in August. It is not cooking tailgate pizzas at the New England Patriot games.

I am working towards opening the brick and mortar in 2013. Selling my oven, while a sad event, was a big part of the preparation for that, turning mobile asset $ into fixed asset $. I have gotten the sign off by the fire marshal and now need to decide which oven to go with. Assembled and knocked down or build from the core up?

If I can help you with a purchase of an oven or advice on a mobile set up, please let me know. bobwatts@windstream.net
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Old 12-14-2014, 09:12 AM
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Default Re: For Sale: Mobile Brick Oven Wood Fired

How did this turn out? Did you guys meet? Did you make a sale/buy?
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Old 01-21-2015, 06:07 AM
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Default Re: For Sale: Mobile Brick Oven Wood Fired

just found this thread as is gained readership, even though several years old. Interesting how Bob gravitated from wheels to bricks, I went the other way and use my shop;
http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f37/...ost-11354.html (81 Inch First Build (and first post))
to help anchor my mobile unit;
http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f37/...ing-20874.html (52 inch mobile brick oven in moving van)

And if Bob or McMikey hasn't built their kit oven yet, to encourage him to lay up his own brick oven...not to take anything away from our benefactors (FornoBravo)...but there is so much more understanding and tweaking available when you build your own WFO. (not to mention HUGE savings!)
My next project is a smaller open trailer with a 50" 1000F barrel vault oven for day trips. I need a small, light operation to fill in the need for less than 200 pies per day. The 45ft van is great for BIG events, but like an aircraft carrier it is a bit cumbersome. The next unit will be like a "PT" boat..fast and agile to pick up the small day-jobs that one person can handle, using the shop to commissary from.
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