A client of ours, Barry, managed to buy a used, modular, wood fired pizza oven from a pizzeria in the Toronto area that was going out of business. When I saw it in pieces in his barn, I knew it would be a tough build. It had seen a lot of use, was banged up, and two of the molded pieces had been broken, probably during disassembly. Once the stand was welded up by the very capable Benji, who works for Barry, it took three days and a lot of materials to put it together. Right now, it's curing, waiting for the chimney and the stucco on the dome. If you're careful, it really is possible to give an old horse new legs.