Been looking for sensible sized metal lathe for ages and finally found one locally. It seems to be a well looked after unit. Myford ML7 ,Serial number is from 1949. Came with two buckets of additional parts, 3 jaw and 4 jaw chuck, a full set of gear wheels and dozens of cutters. the only issue is the tailstock handwheel and thrust plate are missing, but I have the Myford lever attachment to move the tailstock centre. Haven't used a metal lathe since the 70's and of course at school, but I still remember the basics and the day a friend left the key in the chuck, started it and the key went through the window.