This is one project I no longer have the time for. I bought this last year from ebay with the intention of building a custom base. When it arrived I was astounded by the stellar condition. The table is as close to factory fresh as you can get for a 40 year old piece. The plinth is in superb condition and the paint looks like new. All the chrome, lettering, and controls are pristine. Put this in a custom base and you will have an absolute deco jaw-dropper. The base seems a little cheap for such a nice table and it has some dings. The dustcover is in very good shape, but has a few light scratches, nothing serious. Rated 7 for age, base, and dustcover. Table itself is cosmetically a 9.5/10.
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I have tested the changer and it works great. I am captivated by the engineering in this turntable, but I need to sell. The cueing mechanism doesn't lift fully. I'm not sure what that means as far as adjustments or fluid(?). Table comes with an ADC cartridge. Not sure, but it looks like it might be original.
I only have the tall changer 'umbrella' spindle. I do not have the short single play spindle.
Price includes shipping to the lower 48. Check my ebay feedback under the same name. I know how to pack turntables and other delicate audio gear.
This is a 3-speed table.