My first mill - and since I'm a 1963 model, I think it's older than I am! Bought from a Delta Airlines machinist. All-original; BP power feeds, 3-phase BP motor; even the BP vise. Needs to be cleaned, but oil in the lines, not grease, not a lot of visible wear on the ways.
All works fine and tight; he had been using it and meaning to restore it as a project, but promised his wife he'd try it on Craigslist Atlanta first.
So I saw it and jumped! Only about 50 miles away. Owner had built a nice 5-hp rotary phase converter for it; more than enough - so now I don't have to discount three-phase tools i run across.
Also a nice Kamakura rotary table and the big 90-degree mount. Decent amount of tooling; full set of collets. Local place rigged it.
I'm tight on space, so had to angle it. Got it shimmed level and re-set the head.
This is Georgia, so plumb in the dehumidifier permanently!
Phase converter - lathe will go to the right of it - though it's single-phase
Lathe - will also be fun to prettify, but all works and is tight and no visible way wear - owner by a motorcycle restorer until last week.
Forrest in Atlanta - finally making great strides in converting my wood hobby shop to a metal hobby shop!