A Myford Super 7 that I bought some years ago, it is in particularly nice condition and has spent the intervening time in the small workshop up at the house. In addition to the lathe itself, there is a large amount of equipment and tooling - most of what you would need to build a locomotive or traction engine from scratch.
Myford Super 7 lathe, serial number SK111403C, spindle clutch, single phase motor with reversing switch
Friction setting cross slide & topslide dials
Thread dial indicator
Maker's handbook, copy of Ian Bradley's "Myford ML7 lathe manual"
Welded steel stand
Pratt Burnerd 3 jaw chuck, internal & external jaws
Pratt Burnerd 4 jaw chuck
Spare Pratt Burnerd 3 jaw chuck, internal & external jaws, excellent condition
Dickson toolpost with toolholders, original clamp-type toolpost included
5 position indexing saddle stop
Myford oil gun
Swivelling vertical slide
Rotary table with 3 jaw chuck
Amolco milling attachment, single phase
The machine runs very quietly, turns accurately and the saddle runs smoothly from one end of the bed to the other.