"owned by Horrible Fright" (----- Not a typo. Should tell you everything you need to know there. ) When new the fit and finish ranges from "meh" to "run away!" (And the benchtop ones are REALLY ANEMIC) I've been forced to use several of the HF drill press models. The experience has not been pleasant.
I'd sooner use a hand drill and a piece of angle iron as a guide than try to do any serious drilling with a Second hand Harbor Freight drill press that has likely been abused in various creative ways.
The Craftsman Saw? If it's pre-1980's it might be worth trying to fix. The 90's and 2000 era ones are OK when they're new, but I don't think I'd consider buying one that needed parts to be usable. There are better saws out there, but they will cost more even on craigslist.