Anyway there it is.
Its 10 inches by ten inches by 14 inches
welded 3/8 plate steel
there is an ash box and a screen
which take up the lower half of the stove.There is a circular damper on the lower left of the door handle.Behind the stove is copper covered fired board.The sides and top are aluminum
covered fired board.There is a Selkirk collar to the thru deck
chimney collar.Which means we fabricated a circular piece of steel
in which the stove pipe runs through , a double walled chimney if you like.
the stove sits on a thin piece of Alluminum grating to disperse the heat from the legs of the stove.4 Tiles are set in front of the stove.There is a notched fiddle around the top of the stove that will hold a frypan steady to 15 degrees without spilling.
My only regret was only making the stovepipe collar 3 inches , should be 4 , it needs to be cleaned more often.On the outside is the chimney thrudeck with a fabricated circular ring of Honduran mahogany off an old Chris Craft underneath it instaed of the rubber gasket
Total costs were
300 for the stove
60 for the 3ft section of stove pipe
110 for the chimney thrudeck
90 for the stainless cap
50 bucks in hardware
I had to travel 60 miles to find 6 - 10 inch 1024 bolts
A buddy scrounged the alluminum and fire board and I found the copper.
About 15-20 hrs to fabricate materials and install.