This is a prime example in like-new condition. It was nearly un-used when I got it, but had been stored for many years and had frozen stiff. After a chemical wash to remove all the hardened grease and oil, it was relubricated with synthetic oil and grease to restore that like-new feel. Various upgrades were preformed to make it perform flawlessly for years.
After lubrication, all functions were checked and adjustments were made as necessary. This machine had barely been used, so it was in nearly perfect condition.
The old deteriorating foam was removed and replaced with new to make it run as quiet as new. Many repairmen remove the foam and either leave it out or replace it with something else. The correct foam matters and really makes a difference in the sound of the machine.
This machine was obviously someone's personal machine as the set-up date was Christmas Day 1982.
This is a 12-cpi, single-pitch machine, as they all were. Dual-pitch or other cpi spacing was not offered on this model.
This machine is so nice, I'm really thinking about keeping it, but I will accept offers.