I parted ways with my rebuilt Walker Turner 24" scroll saw a few weeks ago (gave it to my Dad) to make room for the Delta 24" scroll saw i got from my boss (along with a junior unisaw and a light duty shaper - all well maintained vintage Delta). I liked that old WT, and had fun rebuilding it (especially with the super cool Baldor "Streamcooled" R.I. motor), but i only need one saw and felt compelled to keep my boss's dad's saw in my shop - he was pretty sentimental about it when we loaded it all into the back of my truck. I understood.
At any rate, i put it on the stand, replaced the wiring, cleaned it up, replaced the belt, and changed the oil over the weekend. I was really stunned when i fired it up. It's really hard to believe how smoothly this thing runs. Quiet too. The WT was a huge improvement over the old Companion scrollie that i had been using (which worked fine, i might add), but this thing is a true cadillac. It's got the original Delta R.I. motor, work light, and now sits on an old Delta scroll saw stand (i picked it up cheap and repainted it for my old WT).
Now, all that's left to do is attach a foot stool for my 5 and 6 year olds. I think they're ready to start learning on this.