You did very well.
Those Powermatics are great saws. I hope you did get the fence? Maybe a Biesemeyer? They came with that fence in those days. An arbor flange and nut is needed if missing. A throat plate is easy enough to make and a zero clearance is best.
What is your location? It must be fairly dry, since there is not a lot of rust on either saws.
I have a 12" Powermatic from the late '80s and it's a great saw. Came with a 52" Biesemeyer fence, but I didn't need that capacity so I cut it off at the side extension. It has a 3 belt drive on the arbor. Is yours then same?
The last saw I had to transport I turn it table side down in the pickup for stability. That worked great. Did you do the same? Without a overhead hoist, chainfall or a tractor with forks, it's tough to move them around and lift them to the bed of a truck.
The bandsaw does appear to be a Harbor Freight, but there are many look alike clones. You can read the motor label to see if it says Chicago Electric which will mean a HF saw.
Yes, post the progress of a restoration here. Good Luck.:smile3:
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