Picked it up and I'm very happy and surprised it's in as good as shape as it is. Shutter seems to work at all ranges including bulb, definite difference between 1/15 and 1 /500 second exposure. Apertures work as seen from inside camera with the film door open. Rangefinder is clear and bright and tell me if I'm too optimistic, but I think the meter is working! Both needles move fine, in low light the white needle is pegged off the right but when I move it towards an incadescant 60W lightbulb, the closer I get to it the white needle moves to the left of the meter until the camera is inches away from the lightbulb and then the white needle is within a few millimeters of the left hand side. Lens is clean, clear and no scratches.
Came with a wrist strap that goes into the tripod socket, a brown leather case with shoulder strap, a lens filter case (no filters) and english instruction manual.
Guy who sold it to me showed me it work a flash (flash not included)
One other thing it does have that I figured out is there is a little plastic cover that you can stick over the light meter thing - the part on the front of the camera that looks kinda like a bugs eye. So it's a light meter cover. The question is why and when would I use it?
Other than that it is super clean. It could pass as 1 month old, not 40 years!
The only issue with it is the self timer is sticky, not a big deal since I can't ever see myself using it. Might play with it a bit here and there to see if some use free's it up.
Can't wait to load film in it and try it.
Another question, is when I load film, at what place do I hook the leader tab into the take up spool? First hole in leader, 2nd ???