Maybe a NAP Flipper II
Lots of folks like the old Hoyt stick on rests. Dunno if any new old stock stuff around, or if somebody makes a comparable version these days.
Check Lancaster Archery Supply.
You could just go with the Bear "Hair" rest. I prefer to just use Velcro. It's even cheaper LOL.
You make a sideplate and another strip for the shelf. Can use toothpick under to make a high spot for minimal contact on the shelf/sideplate, and also to adjust centershot.
Lots of people don't do it, but I always do........and that is leave a gap between sideplate and shelf velcro.........for feather/quill clearance.
Learned that way back in my Blackwidow owner's manual (1987).
Of course, shooting off the shelf pretty much mandates feathers (which I prefer).
If you want some vanes for wet weather, proly need a stick on elevated rest.
BTW, that's a nice bow, a very clean one too! Great score!!!