My father in law, who lived in Japan for quite some time, imported a kinuurayaki #5 in the 70s. It sat in his garage since then, unused and still packaged. We would talk every now and again about using it, but never got around to it.
He passed away a few months ago, and we brought the kamado home, excited about the prospect of cooking on it. We've since discovered (from threads here) that it's made of clay, and can't be used the way we had intended. We were thinking pizzas and the like.
So now I'd love to sell it to someone who would appreciate it and not crack it. It's big and heavy though. Any thoughts on the best way to get it in front of prospective buyers?