Lots of people think that this was a Smith-Corona Model 650, however it was not, as that was a larger model which was more popular. I've found a few Model 650's on the market, but none in the condition that this is in. This typewriter is very rare, and has not been very popular with the collectors because of its electronic parts, so I was lucky to get it for a decent price.
I've included a couple of pictures of the typewriter. The first picture is from the bottom of the paper tray, and you can see how the typewriter is actually built. The second picture is of the typewriter in the top of the paper tray. It shows the placement of the paper, and the keys.
As I mentioned, the typewriter was a 5TE-Model electric portable. The closest model that I have seen is the 5TE-E (Electric without electric motor), which was probably the predecessor to the 5TE-E.
The typewriter appears to be perfect for all users. It is working, and the electric motor is not noisy. The model 5TE-E has a smaller plastic casing than this machine, so it is easier to get parts.
The typewriter is in a semi-used condition; it's the first one I've seen where the ribbon has actually worn out, but the keys still work, and the plastic still holds up. The carriage is not in the best condition, and there is a spot on the platen where it rubs against the back of the case when the carriage is moved around. The plastic case has some wear, and the cover on the back is missing.
The machine is in perfect working order, and comes with the original instruction book (which is an instruction booklet from all original 1958 portables). The instructions are in excellent shape, and have plenty of information in them about how to use this machine. The top of the instruction book contains a short history of Smith-Corona, from their beginnings to the year 1958. This machine is in excellent condition, and ready to go.
The total value of this machine is around $4,000, and makes a great addition to a home or office who is interested in the era when the first successful electric portable typewriter was released. It is a great addition to a collection of vintage typewriters, and of course would be a useful addition to any antique typewriter fan. The pictures below are of the machine in its original packaging and what it looks like when open. It is extremely easy to carry around, and I have found myself using it quite a bit.
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