You might get $350 for that one if you're lucky on eBay. For me its about the search. I have three Skil 100 planers and each is in better condition that that one and I've got less than $200 into them COMBINED. The nicest one which was in like new condition when I got it I paid $20 for.
This one I have the most money into and it is my favorite to use. Paid $10 for the planer at a yardsale. Paid $40 for a replacement cutter head and another $40 for the turbo-chute. I've since replaced the cord, belt and bearings which combined was about another $40.
Nice find. I think you could get $550-700 on ebay. You'll get more for selling it with blades than with it missing the blades. The blades are actually easy to replace and sounds like you have the instruction book that will tell you how to do it. Some people resharpen the blades but they are inexpensive to purchase: https://shapersupply.com/collections/planer-parts-accessories/products/s...
Please check your PM.
Sorry for the delay in getting back. A few minor medical issues slowing me down, but all is well.
I have made a little progress with the cleanup, but it's not ready to show yet.
I did think, however, that you would all be interested in a report on the current measurements. it's running in the vacinity of 3.4A. Here's a picture.