R-167 REPRODUCER: Possibly a WINDSOR model, made in Chicago. Has been overhauled and is ready, though it could use a thin gasket to tighten the diaphragm in its setting. This would be an easy fix. The center photo shows the removable black rigid sleeve that has had some filing done to it to reduce its diameter about 3/4 inch toward the 'left' end. It may or may not be originally made for this reproducer. The outer diameter of this sleeve is about 15/16ths inch. The tone arm end of the reproducer is very close to 1.8 cm or 23/32 inch in diameter. The upper side of the tone arm end measures approximately 1 3/8 inches from the end to the center of the upper bend. The head does rotate to play the standard lateral cut records as well as the hill-and-dale records, using the appropriate styluses. There is a threaded hole 3/8 inch from the end, as seen in the photo. Looking at the threaded hole from above and front, it appears to be at about the 8 o'clock position. The diaphragm is original and it could be metal. The waxing seal is still intact. The visible white rubber gasket shows age cracking and may be much thinner than the gaskets used in the Victor reproducers.