I was looking for a Golding Pearl for similar reasons earlier this year, but ended up with a C&P Pilot. One person who was really helpful in guiding me was John Falstrom of Perrenial Designs. http://www.perennialdesigns.net/ He restores Golding machines and had a lot of valuable advice about Goldings and the quality of other machines that I was considering. Since Goldings were manufactured in New England, you’ll find the highest concentration of them there. However, I’ve seen a few postings recently on the Briarpress Classifieds section of Goldings and machines that have similar narrow profiles. Hope this helps!