1970s Underwood 319
Up for sale is an Underwood 319 which was manufactured in Spain sometime in the 1970s or '80s. This typewriter isn't anything special, however there is some information available online-
Quoting from Machines of Loving Grace: "Nearly two decades after their merger with Underwood and eventual erasure of the name in the 1960s, Olivetti briefly revived the Underwood brand in the 1980s. Many, such as this one, were made in Spain and shared their designs with other Olivetti machines. This particular machine is a clone of the Olivetti Lettera 92."
Condition-wise, this machine is pretty much near mint with not much to complain about. The plastic body is in good shape without any scratches or flaws. The cover/case has some scratches, but it is clean and does its job perfectly. Mechanically, this typewriter is fully functional and is a reliable workhorse. The mechanism is not anything special, and can be found in just about any Olivetti portable post-'60s. Universal ribbons do not fit this machine, however any Olivetti portable ribbons will fit this machine perfectly and are readily for sale on eBay and Amazon.
If you're looking for a rather basic but yet reliable machine that can still be used heavily and frequently, then this is a great purchase.