It's great that it's for single perf film, you can never really tell with Keystone cameras. Unless modified [which I doubt as the front metal plate which holds the lens needs to have moved to the right] it's not Super 16 and is Standard [Regular]16, which is fine, I don't think these cameras can be converted to Super 16, for widescreen I would just crop or widen the gate for Ultra 16. I have now seen a number of these cameras and they all run after winding, but If the camera isn't running after you've wound the spring there could be a number of problems.
You could try leaving the camera in a warm environment for a while, if the camera hasn't been used for a number of years then it could simply be that that the old lubricants are just jammed. Have you got an instruction book? It might give you some ideas about lubricating the camera.
You can just unscrew the lens and take it off, while pressing the main shutter release you can move the shutter [carefully] with your finger in a clock wise direction, the shutter should move, don't force it to move.
Have a look and see if there are any visible signs if the camera has been opened [it's unlikely that it's ever been opened], the screws are side of the winding handle and under the leather. The camera should be very heavy, if it's light someone may have taken the motor out - this could account for the shutter not moving.
Edited by Pav Deep, 02 January 2014 - 04:31 PM.