Of course you do. The 1937 Detroit Jewel. I did the research and learned that I only needed the rear valve to convert it from natural gas to propane. Awesomely cool.
As we are still getting to know the area, we ended up in a big box store. Ok ok, we need that big box store to be able to afford this stuff for now. But I knew they would not have what I needed. I talked to the appliance guy. He too thought the stove was glorious! Alas, he had nothing to help me. Everything there is modern. He said that if anyone would have it, Arrick's propane service would.
So I called them.
The receptionist was sweet, but unable to help me, so she transferred me. I started to explain, but before I could actually say much. . . "I have an antique stove that I. . . " he interrupted, "1937? It's obsolete."
I said "I know. . . "
"But all I nee. . . "
"It's obsolete. Everything would have to be changed out. It's obsolete."
Like some stranger trying to rain on my parade would stop me!