My winter project has been rebuilding a Skil 100 I got via a Florida yardsale. Paid next to nothing for the planer. This is my second Skil 100. Combined I paid $30 for them. The first one came from an estate auction and was pristine when I got it. This second one obviously had very little use but was in rough shape from neglect. It was also missing its dust chute, blades and blade clamps for the cutter. I scored a complete cutter head with blades along with a Turbo Chute from a new friend in Hawaii. Then I ordered a set of bearings and brushes, belt and a stand off so I can make a new 25 foot power cord. Planer should be good for another 20 years. Here are some pics.