OK, here are some measurements...
Firebox (outside of firebrick to outside of firebrick) = 14"
Depth of firebox (from top of grate to bottom of top door opening) = 14"
overall base = 24" x 24"
overall height = 5" 3" (to top of finial)
Inside dem. of ash area = 12" x 14" x 6.75" (The bottom of ash area is double walled as well as both sides and rear)... all outer walls are cast and the bottom is also cast, the inner walls are thin steel.
I will post some photo's with more close up pics showing the bottom underside of stove (cast) and inner chamber of ash area (you will clearly see why these ash "clean outs" William told me about are their... Glenwood designers are genius)
I will also post a close up of the cement connection of main front casting to steel drum (William is right, i see the cement chipped away in some area's), what type of cement is used here (would a copper sealant be better?) and do I "bed" the entire cast section against the drum or simply use a thin "bead" in the middle of cast area then lay that on drum before bolting it tight?
Close up of grate arm for which i have NO shaker handle!
Im going to review Williams videos again in hopes he shows his (or maybe he can post a photo of it here when he is able?)
What kind of cleaner to wash/shine old nickle like this???