Although I only have three (as of December 26, 2014 far, these irreparable typewriters can be really useful to anyone who needs a part out there. Just leave a comment if you are interested in anything, and we can work something out. Parts are free, shipping isn't. This list will be continually updated as I get new machines and lose parts, so remember to check in!
40's Underwood Standard
This big brute was actually in decent shape when I got it. Unfortunately I thought I could repair it at a time when I hardly knew how to wield a screwdriver (aka summer 2014). While attempting to remove the carriage (can you see where this is heading?) I messed a whole lot of things up. I have since put everything back in place but I think I busted some important mechanism on the inside in the process. Did I mention I lost all the screws I took out?
-1 of 2 shift lock keys
40's Underwood Universal
Bought at an antique shop because I needed parts for my US Navy Universal. It's a real rust bucket, almost nothing works.
-Shift lock key
-Front panel (under ribbon cover)
-All rubber feet
-Spring (for ribbon cover)
-Both platen knobs
40's Royal Quiet De Luxe
I bought this over shopgoodwill.com because it was the uncommon brown color. I thought I could fix it, but of course it has so many issues it is not fixable. The most obvious issue, as you can see, it the bent frame. However, that is not even the biggest or hardest to fix problem this typer has.
20's Royal 10
I don't have a picture of this one yet, unfortunately. It is in good shape, actually, and it makes me sad to part it out. However it has the fatal problem of a snapped "o" typebar. I have already taken a few parts from it, and now it is available to anyone else who needs it!
It was rebuilt in the 30's, so it doesn't have the original keys, knobs, or glass windows. The windows were replaced with plastic inserts.
-Feed rollers (but I still have the feed roller bar)
Apologies for the miserable photos, but I really didn't want to lug these outside for proper lighting.
(Last updated Mar 27 2015)