Atma Model M-60 MkII - The missing 407

Olindian

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Greetings to all from a first time poster.

In February 2019 there was a burglary at my home in the Dandenong Ranges (20 miles east of Melbourne, Australia).
Alas, they got away with ONE of my beloved Atma M-60 MkII amps Ser 407.

Ser 407 has a distinctive modification: Adjacent to each tube are two test points allowing each triode to be individually tested.

So I just thought I'd put it out there: if a singleton M-60 turns up on the market, could you kindly let me know?

Also: would anyone happen to have a SINGLE M-60 Mk II they'd consider selling - in any condition? As long as it's got the older style square edges on the chassis.

Greetings from Australia

Jon
brahms1888@yahoo.com
 

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