Well, here's what I have. I think someone else may have the same stove, from what I read in an earlier post.
This is the oven in the house I just bought. It's an old Frigidaire. As you can see, it's "split", with the coils on the left and some open space on the right. There is a plastic or plexiglass cutting board that fits into the open space, but I don't use it. There is an electrical plug on that side, so I can place my deep-fryer or electric griddle onto the rangetop for cooking.
Here's a shot of the oven, which is on the right side. Left side is pot-pan storage, and it's big enough to hold just about all my pots and pans. As you can see, I have a dirty pizza stone in there, which I use to help keep the temperatures even. I also have an oven thermometer, as I don't trust any temperature control on any oven.
Here's a shot of the brandname/model. I didn't know Frigidaire was a subsidiary of General Motors!
I just did a little cleaning, and found on that the coils rotate about the electrical connection, whereas most coils lift up and disconnect. Also, it appears that the burner pan is enamelled. That'll make for some easy cleanups!