Linear tracking replicates the angle masters are cut at. This linear tracker is in excellent shape for its age.
It comes with two Rabco tone arms and the original cartridge alignment gauge. The power, output, and ground cables are "captive" and obviously included.
The second Rabco and gauge has its own case and is pictured next to the TT.
I do not have the original box.
A pdf of the owners manual is included.
The main power switch is a rocker type located under the front edge. Once powered up there are six electrodes (three sets of two) on the top/front/right that control the platter. When the middle pair is touched it lights up red and the platter stops. When the pair to the right is touched the platter spins at 33&1/3 rpm and the pair to the left will get you 45 rpm. The electrodes for speed do not light up and I'm not sure if it's an easy fix or not. In any case performance is not affected.
The lighting (strobe) for the speed adjustment works great and when I turned the unit on the speed was actually perfect after 30 years! While this may lead us to believe the the belt is in good shape, remember it's at least 30 years old so I would plan on getting a replacement belt.
From what I've read about this unit, if you like to "tweak", this is your kind of TT. If you don't like to "tweak", this is probably not for you.
I'm really just looking for a good home for this so if you're interested, make an offer. I will waive Paypal fees if any.
I am not comfortable packing this myself so shipping would require the added packing cost of 35.00 at the UPS Store paid by the buyer.
I prefer a local / in person pick up.
If circumstances are right, I will do some of the driving within Connecticut borders.
Thank you for looking.