"The world's most advanced standard portable typewriter" - Smith Corona
This attractive two-tone Smith Corona Galaxie, circa 1965, works well and looks great while doing it. It is missing the slide controls for both the height and color (see photos). Neither of these detract from the main work of a typewriter, which is to type words on paper, which this beauty does quite well. Ribbon and all other functions are in good working order. The case is easy to use and makes storage a snap. Aesthetic condition is very good, with only minor signs of age.
Ribbon is easily replaceable and widely available.
A great gift!
Like used cars, typewriters are wonderful machines, with many moving parts. We have taken care to test them and reflect their functionality accurately. They are built to last as long as you give them the routine maintenance that they need to perform at their best. We are NOT a typewriter repair facility and we are not equiped to fix any real mechanical issues; therefore, we only sell typewriters that are working well. We cannot be responsible for mechanical issues that may arise after you own the typewriter.