OK...Here they are....as promised....PICS!
Front of furnace...covered with 2 layers of "foil lined" bubble wrap. Amazing how well that insulates the boiler.
This was an "as is" unit I purchased from Glen Harris. While the motor ran it has some issues that prevented it from starting reliably. I took it to a local motor shop and they called me back with a "I really don't know where to start fixing this motor..." message. Seems it had worn out sleeve bearings (which are not replaceable) and other worn out parts. A new double shafted motor is almost three times more costly than a single shafted motor. So...being the frugal man that I am, this is the result.
Notice the oil spots on the floor....seems the transmission doesn't hold as much oil as I thought.
My permanently connected Manometer
Coal side view. No, that wet spot below the relief valve tube is not the result of the furnace venting or leaking. It is the result of me finally cleaning up my mess from installing.
My "Coal Bin"