I've an extra metal lathe that I don't need. It's redundant to me, as I have one with a longer bed already.
This one is 'Craftsman' marked, but was made by Atlas. It'd be considered the 12" x 24" lathe, but it actually has a 42" bed with the head and tail stocks sucking up some of that. Looks to have about 13/16" pass through on the head stock.
This lathe is MINTY! It has hardly any use on it at all! It's older than most of us here, and I'd guess it'd date to just after the Big War. It currently sports a 8" 3-Jaw scroll chuck with reversible cleats. I can include a steady rest if you need one, and probably a bit of tooling. It has a newer replacement American made 3/4HP motor, that is supposedly wired to reverse, but I've never used that feature. No tool post, as I was going to buy an Aloris style for it, but if you need this to be turnkey, I can add the one off my other lathe to get you started. I do have a full set of change gears for this lathe. Yes, it's capable of cutting threads.
Interestingly, the old fellow I got this from had it mounted to a wooden cabinet. Of to the side of this cabinet, he had mounted another electric motor that drove a large pillow block spindle that hung off a 16" disc sander. I've extra plates and paper for it, so if you were looking for an easy way to fit recoil pad or do other 'wood' work, this would make it super easy.
Price stripped down is going to be about $850. If you want it all set up, with the sander, tool post and some tooling, it'll be $1200. I'll consider gun stuff trades, or if you got a little gas mizer run-around car or pick up, I'll consider that as well.