Imperial Fleetwood

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This is a fabulous two tone black and faux wood coloured Imperial Fleetwood typewriter made by Litton Industries in Japan in the 1970's .It has light creme coloured keys and silver trimmed carriage with red carriage knobs . It's in full working order and types well and has the standard "elite" sized font giving you 12 letters to the inch.

This typewriter has been professionally cleaned ,serviced, adjusted and tested . It is in full working order and is fitted with a new Group 9 ribbon so its all ready for you to start typing on !

We can supply Group 9 typewriter ribbons from £4.95 each including postage. Available in plain black, red/black and a range of other colour options on Universal spools.  

There are some very minor marks on plastic body of this typewriter , but generally it is in a very good condition .There is the Imperial badge and logo on the front right side and the Fleetwood logo on the carriage . It comes with a plastic case which clips down over the top of the typewriter and provides you with a handle . The case is also in a very nice condition with just a few marks, signs of wear and some discolouration in places . The handle and clips to close  work well.

The typewriter measures 30cms by 31 cms by 9 cms , so is a good compact size. We also include a photo copy of an original instruction booklet.

This is a good working retro portable typewriter in a very nice colour and condition .

Delivery anywhere within the UK is included in the price .

Item Price includes delivery anywhere in the UK.

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"My Olivetti arrived a couple days ago. Got a chance to test it out and it works like a dream (you wouldn’t guess it was nearly half a century old). Thank you for including the original metal spools, it adds a great touch to the machine. Looking forward to adding another typewriter to the collection sometime soon..." - Jake

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