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Old 02-10-2013, 04:11 PM
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Default Oven in Minifee CA

Does anybody recognize this oven? I found this in the photo gallery...probably posted a few years ago. I am planning to build something similar to this (I hope it turns out so nice). I was hoping to find a build thread or additional photgraphs but nothing showed up on a search for Minifee, Ca. Any info/links would be appreciated.

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Old 02-10-2013, 04:24 PM
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Try the slideshow in photogallery again. I'm not sure how many years it goes back but, recent photos are linked to the author.
Edit: By the way, that is a beautiful oven.
2nd Edit: It was built by member Tmarsala. I did not see a build thread but several posts. That is a pity, I like the clean lines of the oven too. Beautiful brick and brick work. Try a search in his statistics and see if there is some information in his posts on other's threads.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:21 PM
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Hello Gulf,
Thanks for the link. Based on Tim's other posts the oven looks to be about 3 years old. I'll look through these threads and send him a PM to see if he has any other pictures.

Thanks again,
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Funny enough i plan on building one just like that, except no bricks on the dome exterior.
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