I have a 1926 Kimball upright that was my maternal grandparents’. My sister & I lived with these grandparents when we were 11 & 10, & we both learned to play the piano on this instrument.
After my grandparents died in 1980, the piano was the main thing I got to keep from their home. I am absurdly sentimental about such things: I would like to keep it for the rest of my life. It needs tuning, but it especially needs some of its innards rebuilt.
I’m thinking that this could be a reward after we get out of debt, sometime in the next year or two. One of the members of my church small group is a piano tuner & knows how to do assessment & some rebuilding. Hopefully at some point this year he can come & tune it (as much as is possible in its current state), & we can discuss what would be involved in getting it restored.