Over the past two years I have been collecting small machine tools for my home shop. Holding on to the best of the best machines I could find. I plan to just make models and other small stuff as a hobby. Its just a small 12' x 10' space but with lots of moving things around on paper I can fit most of what I "think" I will need. I am close to setting things up. I just need to do some final touches to the tools before bringing them home. Now that things are almost ready I figured I would share a few pics of the machines I decided on. MYFORD SUPER 7 History: First off, a big thanks to itsmeburnie again for taking the trip to Niagara Falls to pick this beauty up. I owe you big time on this one! In the dark basement we couldn't figure out how to get it apart so we actually carried it up a full flight of stairs. I know its a small machine with a similar capacity to an Atlas 618 but this guy is quite heavy! I still don't know how we did it. I think it was a combination of me really wanting it and Bernie wanting the 100 lbs. of machinist stock that came with it. It didn't have a stand when I bought it but I found a vintage SB stand that is similar design to the original stand. It came fully tooled to say the least. Taper attachment, Milling attachment, Dividing Head, Collet sets, hand lever tailstock, chucks, face plates, etch, etc, etc.....Myford sure made a lot of stuff for this machine. Looking at past catalogs I only have half the stuff made for it. I plan on adding quick change in the near future. TOTAL INVESTMENT: 3000.00 Pics as found (minus stand), I have not had a chance to clean it up yet.