I had Ken repair my No.1 Panoram Kodak and I couldn't be happier with the results. He did great work. Replaced the bellows, got the swing mechanism to work reliably, cleaned the lens and shimmed the film plane so that the lens was actually focusing where it was supposed to. It wasn't exactly a cheap repair bill, but then again how many people out there are repairing 100 year swinging lens panoramic cameras. I have one of the 'specials' with the Goerz lenses. Got it for a song on Ebay, then sunk about $300 into getting it fixed. I figure a total investment of less than $500 for a 6x17cm camera that you can used hand held is a great deal.
Here are some of my Panoram shots. The negatives are actually sharper than these scans but I haven't worked out the best film holder for my scanner that will fit the long strips of film.