I was out at an estate sale and found these 4 beauties, or soon they will be ;) Three of the gems are Stanley Bailey #5 planes and the other a small #7 Disston panel rip cut saw. My tool well is currently pretty limited, so this will be a great chance to build it up a little and have some more tools at my disposal. I currently have a Stanley #4 and Stanley #6 that I have cleaned and restored, that I use for smoothing and jointing. I have a 8tpi Disston x-cut saw and a 4tpi rip cut saw for rough cutting. I plan on putting a good camber on one of the #5’s and use it as a scrub/fore plane. The second I will keep with a straight blade for shooting work. The last I will clean up for display in my home office to remind me that I wish I was out in the shop. I believe the small Disston panel saw has about 10-11tpi so it will be great for finer rip cutting. One of the planes will need a new rivet, straightening of the lateral adjuster, as well as a new tote. I currently have most of the crud removed from planes now and have them soaking in a vinegar bath to get the party started. Stay tuned for more progress!!!