One complete, the other is in work but turning out nice. Take a guess at which one I'm going to add to my system.... And which one I'm selling...... Hint..... "You Don't Have To Turn On The Red Light".......
Seeing as this thread has been resurrected, I'll add my 2 bob's worth.
I found mine in a bin. An SL-1210 Mk 2. It's tonearm had been broken off and it had no platter.
I managed to find a new platter and lid with hinges before their prices skyrocketed [lucky me].
I sourced an SME 3009 Series II Tonearm and a Shure V15 Type IV cart with a spare new stylus.
Only problem I had setting it up, was that I couldn't get the tonearm to sit quite low enough for the stylus to touch the record.
No matter how many adjustments I made, it just didn't come down the last 2-3mm.
Solution: A slip mat under the platter's rubber mat. Perfect!
I've seen these sell for well over $2k overseas, but you'd be pushing for that here in Oz.
Nice t/t though. The SME makes it look extra swish.
I have/had SME and Jelco arm boards for my turntable seen above, but those are too rich for my blood. That mk2 arm assembly was under $200 if I remember right......I think I won that turntable for around $200 (sans arm) if I remember right.....