I've done some research on this. Here is a great slideshow of one.
Here is another based off the above idea.
I contacted the guy who built the orignal to ask some questions and he reminded me that he only uses the smoker for low and slow. He felt that if he tried to do any high temperature cooks he would have trouble with the metal doors expanding/contracting at different rate than the brick.
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