American Gas Machines (AGM) Kampkook Model No. 3. Stumbled upon this ancient device and found it to be in very good working condition. Didn't replace or fettle anything on this stove. I added oil to the pump, filled with white gas fuel and fired it up. What's interesting about this working wonder is that it is a lot smaller than most suitcases, if not the smallest suitcase other than an Optimus 22B. They both may be the same size. The width is around 14 inches (~35 cm) and 8 inches (20 cm) deep, and about 4 inches (10 cm) tall, when it is all close up. Compared to the AGM 77 and small Coleman suitcases, like the 425, this one is smaller. Still heavier though. Everything you see is as found and it works. Flame pics will be in the next post. This one is a bit more difficult to light up due to age and to not having an air feed valve like later Kampkooks, which would appear as a second knob to allow extra air in during first light up. It took a good 3 minutes to get things hot enough to get the stove to a blue flame, but when it got there, it was nothing but nice flame on both burners... sam Here's the stove before light up. The rust looks worse than it really is. Flash photography has a way of enhancing rust colors.