Very very sad to do this, but now that I'm out of school and no longer have access to a darkroom or decent scanner, I can't justify having such an expensive MF camera that I can't afford to shoot very often. So I'm selling my beloved Mamiya 6 to help fund a set of Zeiss lenses for video use.
I'm looking to get $1500. I bought the camera a little over a year ago from KEH, and have run several dozen rolls through it.
The body is cosmetically scuffed, but functions perfectly. Viewfinder is bright, patch is contrasty, meter is accurate, frame spacing is always perfect, and the film advance feels strong.
The 75mm lens is in 9/10 condition and includes the hood. Very clean glass and only very slight paint wear. Focus ring is smooth and shutter is accurate.
The 50mm is in rougher shape, but still makes very sharp and contrasty images. Moderate paint wear, a small dent in the filter ring that doesn't interfere with mounting filters at all, and some cleaning marks on the front element.
I consistently get sharp images wide open with both lenses, so I have every reason to believe the rangefinder is well calibrated.
I'll throw in a couple rolls of Portra 400 and a w stop B+W ND as well.