Thanks all. I haven't had much time to research yet. I did find a couple of likely model numbers on one of the wood workers forums (http://www.old-woodworking-tools.net/delta-homecraft-tools.html
) and also on the vintage machinery forum, but I haven't found a model number on the saw yet. The saw, stand and jointer were sold separately it sounds like. I think the very first ones rolled off the line in 1949, so it can't be older than that. The models (among many others) they list are these:
Delta Homecraft 8" Table Saw/4" Jointer Combo
Delta Homecraft 9" Table Saw/4" Jointer Combo Model No. 34-640
Deltashop Complete Model No. 34-631
Delta Homecraft 8" Tilting Table Saw/4" Jointer Combo Model No. 37-510
The exhaust chutes were accessories. The motor is 1/2 horse is about all I remember right now. As I find out more, I'll post back here. The saw serial number is S 225. The jointer has a serial number too but it was too long to commit to memory. I will check it out later. The wood worker forum had some great pictures of what must be a restored one, so I can see how it is supposed to look. It looks like it will be easy to disassemble for cleaning and repaint, which is good as it will be my first old power tool restoration. I'll put up some pictures of my progress.