This is the before and after of my Delta 18" model 22-200 wedge bed planer. The machine was manufactured in the mid 1960's, and weighs around 950 lbs.
I completely dis-assembled the machine, replaced the cutterhead bearings, cleaned off the rust, replaced the wiring, and painted. This planer runs as well today as the day it was built.
This is an Oliver 173 36" scroll saw. The machine was manufactured in 1939. I got her off of a general contractor who bought the machine 15 years ago to cut gingerbread for a Victorian era home restoration project. After the job was over, he stashed the machine in his unheated barn, where it was exposed to the elements for many years.
I completely disassembled the saw, re-machined a few parts, rebuilt the pitman assembly, painted, and reassembled. This is a really heavily built saw. I plan to use it for producing corbels and restoration millwork projects, in addition to basic scroll sawing.