I have a Delta/Homecraft 4" jointer. Belonged to my grandfather so I haven't wanted it to go to the scrapyard, but if it goes to a good home, you're welcome to it. I cleaned it up about 4 years ago and was using until I got a larger jointer. It does not have a motor - it was sharing the motor with a table saw that I no longer have.
It's covered in dust right now, but it doesn't appear to have any major rust.
I'm in Charlotte. If you have questions, just let me know.
I think the one James has is a 37-290. Those are sweet little 4" jointers and better made than the 37-110 that's available in the Richmond Va. area. The only big down side is that they both use a 2-3/4" pulley that has a 9/16 bore. I usually bore out a cast iron pulley from 1/2" to 9/16 when needed. They both use 3/32" x 5/8" x 4" knives, not the more popular 1/8" thickness.
Both the 37-290 and the 37-110 jointers had the 'Homecraft' name on their label at various times.