Question for someone with knowledge on old welders, I should say..... A buddy told me about a welder that I might be able to acquire. I asked him what it was and he said he didn't know, but it had a some sort of tank on the bottom of it....and it was big. So I'm a thinkin, hey maybe it's an older water cooled tig.....JACKPOT!! He had it at his work, so I went up there with him. Turns out, it's not a tig, but an old stick welder. Never seen anything like it. Basically, it looks like a big hog. Or more like a 30 gallon barrel on its side. It's made by WILSON. 220V. Big (approx)10 inch wheel on the top of it for fine voltage(I'm assuming)adjustment, with a low-high range switch towards the front. I've never heard of WILSON welders. Tried to research it and came up with nothing. Looks to be of something from the '50s or '60s, maybe even earlier. Anyone have any facts about the WILSON stick welder? Thanks in advance.