Made in the U.S. Skil power tools
I've got an old made in USA Skil belt sander that was my dads. I don't know if I'd call it "pro grade" by today's standards; but it's a nice 3x21 (maybe 3x18) belt sander. Except that it needs one part that is unavailable. The tool looks almost new, but it doesn't work. It'd be a good wall-hanger, if I was into hanging old power tools on the wall.
I also have a USA made B&D jigsaw that belonged to my college room-mate (now deceased). The jigsaw, like the belt sander, is all metal and built to last. Problem is: it's non orbital and cuts SLOW. My current production deWalt will run circles around it. I'm keeping it, because it belonged to my friend, but never use it.
Now, my old Sioux 1/2" drill? Metal case, single speed, non reversible, built in the 60's? That sucker is a hoss and will break your arm if it binds up. It has a pistol grip, a spade handle and a top handle that pipe threads into the top of the metal case. Probably weighs twice what a modern VSR does. But who cares? It's cool and bada$$.