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Old 04-18-2011, 12:58 PM
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Default Looking to build a replica of the Primavera 60 WFO

I was wondering if someone could give me a good estiamte on what the cost would be to build a replica Primavera 60 WFO in my back yard. I already have the foundation for it. I am looking at doing a semi simple design, standard brick base followed by a standard top. My question is what would be a good estimate as to what it would cost for concrete, bricks, insulation and any other supplys I would need. Anyone local to the Chino Hills area in socal? I printed off the ebook on building an oven, but just thought I see if someone went down the same road before and what they experinenced. Thanks, Kevin
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