Bakery trailer

andyindy

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Sorry no pictures. How rare are baked good's trailer? Trailer is a single wheel, 11.00x20 tires. M 537? chassis 2.5 ton, has the older single wheel landing gear and the older style tail/ black out lights and a leveling jack at each corner. The oven? is 12 ft. long and resembles in principal the little pizza ovens used in some grocery stores, with a slow moving conveyor, baked goods go in one end and come out the other. All completely enclosed and self contained, as far as I can tell. There is a large fuel tank mounted on top right. Two conveyors front to back. It is painted tan, but I would guess been sitting at least 15 years. Anybody know anything about these? Andy...
 

andyindy

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Thanks for the replies. The oven part of this has a date with the gas ax, trailer portion will live on. I can buy it before it is destroyed, but really do not have a use for it, BUT if is really rare I can still rescue it. What do you think? Andy....
 

maddawg308

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Coulda had one from Colemans for $300 until recently, when it got cut up. They are pretty rare, but what use do you have for it? Unless you are getting into the pizza oven business, using a giant surplus gas furnace scares me. And I don't scare easy.
 

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m109guy

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I wouldn't really call it rare. You just don't see them very often because they are not really collectible or usable by the average joe. Sure you can pick it up, but if it is just going to move from rusting in a junk yard to rusting in your yard, is it really worth it?

I could see someone using it if you do lots of events or parties, but for most people it will sit there doing nothing 99.9% of the time. That is why you don't really see them around.

Now an MKT on the other hand, that is cool as hell to have. Lots of uses there.
 

citizensoldier

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Save it guys! They are rare and would be good for a military kitchen display in a museum or at shows.. Or maybe turn it into one cool pig roaster?? They wont make them again and once its gone they are gone.. Look what a military kitchen set up from WWII is worth now.. rare as hell and sell for big mooooooollllllaaaa. But I have a soft spot for trailers being a trailer ho and all..
 

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I could see where it could be of some benefit at get togethers or rallies. It would also come in handy in the event nothing else works. Plus, it just sounds cool :-D
 

wreckerman893

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Think of it this way....you would have an MV that no one else has. Plus it would make good trade item. Any MV museum would love to have it. Save it please.

HEY!!!!!!!!!! Pizza party time at the next GA rally!!!!!
 

gimpyrobb

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Heck Andy, if we can get her to fire up, you could start powder coating on the side. Spray whatever color you want and shoot it through the "cooker". :twisted:
 
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