Classic Martin mahogany dreadnought from 1966 (serial 213796). One owner. Now in very good condition: our senior luthier (a Martin-authorized warranty repairman) recently reglued the bridge (remove/refit/reglue) under warranty, and set up to factory specifications with medium gauge strings. He also resealed a couple of top cracks that were previously repaired (also under warranty) - these are barely visible. There are no longer any structural concerns, but as always, the guitar should be kept well-humidified by its next owner. No other repairs, fretwork, etc were recommended by our luthier at this time. Neck, fets, bracing, etc are all in good condition.
The guitar has some pick marks and finish dings, but nothing out of the ordinary for a guitar of this age. Hard case is included. Guitar has a nice dry but balanced sound that is typical for this model. The necks on these guitars from this time period were hand-shaped and can vary from model to model. This one's neck profile is a bit slimmer/thinner than others we have seen, but it's very comfy and easy to play.