Did you match the serial numbers they sa it's a 1927 I believe. Dont know its hard to I'd this one best guess I got is 1927 trabador look into it.Martin RMC-era (early-mid '60's) Indiana ! Good horns ! One of my best selling models, actually.
Certainly not much of a looker but if, as you say, the tech has serviced her and gotten her playing, these are pretty classic vintage horns. (if you have concerns about aesthetics, you could have the body chem bathed and those dents on the bow are not very difficult for a tech to remove or at least improve).
So what's next @Sixtylersix ??? Have you found a teacher/tutor ?
Did you match the serial numbers they sa it's a 1927 I believe. Dont know its hard to I'd this one best guess I got is 1927 trabador look into it.
But no teacher yet just busy anymore.
Almost positive it's not 60s though same print as 60s horns which makes me think it's print that old would be significant. Get back to me and I appreciate your reply.
The trick is with Indiana models, they have a different serial # sequence than other Martin models. Horn-u-copia is a pretty good resource, and '61 is a good guess because that is when Paul Richards purchased Martin and the horns started having the RMC emblem on 'em.