Picked one up over the weekend. My eyes bulged a bit when I noticed a 301 on Plinth at a garage sale and I quickly but carefully picked this along with another TT up and floated off all happy like. So, dark wood plinth ,good shape with a few scrapes and marks, but no corner damage so likely never dropped. Good platter and hammertone finish with no pitting. Broken speed control know. Odd tonearm with articulating shell (like a wrist) and no handle or counterweight to keep it level. Looks like some parts are missing. The shell has an empire 888 cartridge (hard to make out from that angle so I will confirm). The tonearm had a General Electric sticker on the base but not well placed so I do not know if it is origional. The etonearm has a dual rail design (for lack of better term). Forgive the improper terminology. The power cable is frayed and I will replace that first after I check the grease cup and general linkages. I will add some better images later as that may help. I have also picked up an old Microlab turntable (microlab devices Toronto) but can't find any info on this company. Good plinth, some scabbing on the finish. No tonearm. Any ideas? And lastly, a realistic 8010 TT. Spins up slowly due to a tired rubber band but the tonearm will not go down. seems the cue mechanism is stuck in the "up' position. It was a good outing for TT.