The machine looks BRAND NEW in your photo, and when I enlarge the picture I can put my fingers right on the keys. Nice.
It is the magic of photography. Sadly it does not work that well on me :)I admit it is in a really good condition for its age - no major knocks. Two small things would improve the visual side of it a little further:1. the rubber on all feet is quite hard and a little cracked but it is not yet falling apart2. the platen knobs are a little bit "chewed up" - most likely because people didn't lock the carriage before closing the lid.Apart from the keys - you can see it in its full glory on my subpage "My set of keys" here.
Great picture of stunning machine! (And the @ and a + and = too for modern usability)For such a pristine machine you might invest in new feet; they do make a difference in looks (and definitely in grip on a table surface!).
Not sure if you cleaned and polished it up but it has that museum shine