1970s Remington Streamliner
Up for sale is a pretty Remington Streamliner which was made sometime in the early 1970s in Holland. Unfortunately I couldn't locate any serial number information on the typewriter database for this model, so I can't pin an exact year of manufacture. This typewriter is fully functional down to the bell, and is also in great cosmetic condition overall. The only flaw is a small chunk from the base on the left-rear (see photos) however the carrying case/lid still attaches and functions perfectly. This typewriter isn't the most ergonomic, so I wouldn't recommend writing on it heavily (a long novel, for example) however it would excel for smaller writing tasks on any basis. This typewriter only uses single color ribbons, and does not have interchangeable spools. You can use any standard 1/2 inch ribbon (including universal spools- as long as they are single color) which will need to be threaded into the "built in" spools in the typewriter after the spool caps are taken off. This requires a little more effort than the typical ribbon change, but is common on most Remington machines and isn't difficult once the process is understood.
If you're looking for a cute lightweight portable that can stand up to frequent use, then this is a wonderful choice!