It still needed a good oiling and careful cleaning. The solid brass front plate really shines up nicely.
It came with manual and, cams and an unopened oil bottle!
The styling is just a little quirky, geeky, trainwrecky for me, I can't seem to warm up to it.
I noticed that the timing was a little off so I went after that, fortunately I had the service manual from the 327 and followed the steps. In doing so the spring for the ZZ unwound so the ZZ no longer worked! When I finally figured out how to tighten the ZZ spring I tightened it too much causing the machine to bind and not be able to get "over the hump." So I got the tension correct; a surprisingly small adjustment.
Then I noticed that the needle was too far from the hook so I moved that in real close, and lastly I adjusted the gap around the bobbin case, it was about twice the spec. dimension.
All in all it now runs very well.
For my automotive reference I have chosen the 64 Mustang. Essentially birthing the muscle car era the 64 Mustang itself was initially under powered but the trend it fostered, within a few years became known for its overwhelming horsepower. Pony cars!
The Oil embargo of 73 put an abrupt halt to muscle cars... for a while.