Fortunately the damage to the machine was minimal. The nice cast iron handlwheels absorbed most of the energy from the tip over. The shafts that the handwheels were on were not bent so I was glad to discover that. I thought about just buying some similar sized commercial handwheels, but on closer inspection I had all the broken pieces of the cool old school cast wheels. This makes for a interesting repair job.
Walter abrasives Zip cut disc to gouge the cracks for welding. The areas I couldn't reach with the grinder I ended up with a carbide burr on a die grinder. The goal here was to get this securely tacked up and do the welding out of my combustible fixture.
I did do some experimental video shooting on this job. My still camera shoots OK video so I figured I'd try it out. Please comment and let me know if you like the written stuff better than video or vise versa.
Thanks for looking.