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The one for $100 looks to be the same model as one I've used since '75 when I bought it new.
With a little TLC and new blades, It should serve you well.
Just make sure everything works, fence adjustment, motor, bearings, safety guard and infeed table adjustment.
It's a simple machine and easily maintained. If you need a jointer, you can't get hurt too bad for $100.
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