Or...you could find a used shopsmith and an electrician who can wire the motor with a switch to put the motor in forward or reverse. Then you could mount both SPTs on it. That is exactly what I did. The Shopsmith I have them mounted on is a mini, which works great since my shop is small. This arrangement is also a good way to store both of those SPTs, which is another advantage for those of us with limited shop space. I just leave them mounted on the mini and roll it out into the center of my shop to use. In my opinion, putting these two tools on one stand is a really good idea. You might also just find someone to wire up the Shopsmith you already have with a reversing switch, but if you think you can talk your husband into it, it is really nice to have a second machine with the bandsaw and jointer mounted permanently on it.
Mark 5 of various vintages, Mini with reversing motor, bs, dc3300, jointer, increaser, decreaser