This stove is akin to @Doc Mark 's that he posted back in January of 2017. Mine, however, is not in as good a shape as his. The fellow I got it from told me his Dad had started to restore it and did fire it up briefly and then never got back to it. I didn't even know what make it was until I saw Doc's posting and he explained where to find the ID badge. Evidently as part of the the former owner's restoration he spray painted the interior or the range top and that included the ID badge. I always try nail polish remover first because it's dilute acetone and I don't want to disturb the original factory paint. This paint was so thick I needed 100% acetone. It didn't have the 2 grills that Doc's had but it did have the sheet metal one. I only took it out to show the oven burner. This is the preheater and I have the other 3 ceramics in a bag. From the looks of the 2 shiny screws there was probably a 1/2 curved piece of sheet metal over the generator here to aid in the preheat. That should be easily formed. Anybody know what this valve of the back of the burner might be? Maybe a fuel drain in the event of severe flooding??? This far right end of the manifold is where the gas vapor goes down to the oven and is controlled by the last valve. Well that's it. I worked on it when I first got it a little over 4 years ago and then got busy. Not knowing the manufacturer for sure I (and some of the folks on the CCF) were guessing it was possibly AGM, going by the shape of the metal main knob.