I have been fighting a cold, enclosed porch at the rear of the house and a stubborn Ashley ARH 24 in the front of the house. More on the Ashley (grrrr) later. The Grandpa 2 door that I bought brand new and used 5 seasons got away from me in several divorces (not all mine either)..bought from Johnson Hardware in Vanceburg, KY seems like $1,000 in 1979/80...big money back then. Anyway, been fighting the "glass-door air wash" draft on this Ashley and very dissatisfied with it, ready to break out the plasma cutter and modify a few things...I burn a mix of dry and whatever, right up to green and the "turbulent" airflow is not getting it. The Fisher, on the other hand was legendary in my mind and I often wished I had my old stove back...then "PRESTO", this fall, I am visiting a friend's cabin nearby and stumble upon this Grandpa in great condition for $450, screen and all. Got the flue installed, built a quickie hearth from block dry laid and cement board, with a metal shield on wall with stand-offs and I am warm this winter ! This Grandpa is 32 1/4 across the top, built by Hesston Corp. Ser # FS61 1356, angle iron corners, long taper legs, no feet, "captive" door hinge mounting, C channel door seal . This stove came from the Columbus OH area. This stove is very much like my original, except mine had the ball feet. Any specifics you guys can share would be great.