The inside was a mess, and the counters were gone. But you can see the streamlined pseudo-Art-Deco stripes on the overhead cabinets. Nice work.
Viewed from the other side, you can see there was once a fire. So far, there is no sign of restoration in progress. But at least the windows were intact.
An article on diners in Preservation Mississippi directed me to the Kansas Historical Society, which has a page dedicated to these efficient, compact diners.
From the Kansapedia of the Kansas Historical Society:
"What are Valentine Diners? They are small, portable restaurants that were made in Wichita and shipped all over the United States."
"Valentines were small eight- to 12-seat diners with a limited menu, making them ideal for a one person operation. They made it possible to operate a business with very little capital. "
"These diners were manufactured in Wichita from the late 1930s into the mid-1970s. Sales of the buildings expanded nationwide, and soon Valentines were all over the United States. Many are still in use today. "
- "History: A 1958 Valentine that originally was located in Leedy, Oklahoma, this diner was purchased by Patina Properties in 2003 and moved to Chandler. It currently is being restored.
- Model / serial number: Little Chef / 1690"