The parking meter is left over from a Kryptonite lock shoot I did back in the 80s. It's the real deal, and it works! The "word processor" is a Smith-Corona SuperSpeed, circa 1942. When I first grabbed it for $5 at a flea market more than 20 years ago, it was fully functional. But over time, and with getting schlepped around so many times, some keys have gone comatose, and it needs a ribbon.
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