Look into the Toyo-View too, often go for cheap. Before you buy anything it is good if you can check it out. Stripped controls are a bummer, and a lot of older view cameras have bad bellows.

One interesting thing about view cameras is that most of the manufacturers who were around 40-50 years ago are still in business, unlike most of the makers of smaller cameras. But if you look at new cameras be prepared for sticker shock. For instance, the current version of the camera I've got $270 into, costs $4400.