Most of the organ's pipework is from a Hinners originally in St. John Lutheran Church, Lena, IL. However the organ's orginal Great 8' Dulciana was replaced with a 4' Octave (pipes of unknown origin) and as Mr. Stettner has noted, the Swell Celeste (tc) is an Estey labial oboe. I have added a poor quality photo of the organ as originally installed in Lena (long before its Reuter rebuild) and a drawing sent to Ken Greenberg of Evanston, who designed the case which Bradford Organ Company built for Good Shepherd Lutheran in Lake Villa. Bradford completed the organ's releathering and installation in April of 1991.
The organ is a conglomerate instrument of re-purposed pipes and equipment. The case work was built new for this installation. The 3-sectional facade contains 22 gold-painted pipes arranged: 8-6-8. The console is Kimball. The manual windchests appear to be Reuter pitman. The Swell 8' Voix Celeste appears to be an Estey labial Oboe and the pipes are stamped 'Oboe'. The Pedal 16' Bourdon has only 30 pipes. The Pedal 16' Lieblich Gedeckt is just 12 pipes - perhaps originally an extension of a manual rank. The chimes are Mayland, 25-notes from G20 to g 44.
Identified from a Facebook Pipe Organ Garage Sale post on July 9, 2020. Further information proided by the present owner - Alex Fries of Fries Keyboard Works. The congregation sold the building and the new congregation did not want the organ. It was removed to storge by Fries Keyboard Works in June 2020 and is for sale for $7,000.00.
Organ case at rear of sanctuary: Photograph by Alex Fries, submitted by Jim Stettner. Taken on 2019-11-01