The price was right and it's condition is as new, except for the dust cover that has the usual minuet surface scratches.
This is the bottom of the line for Marantz tables, I believe preceded by the 6100. It has a real nice arm with dead weight anti-skating. The spindle to pivot distance is 215mm so the numbers are the same as a Technics SL-1200 series (as well as other Technics), with an advertised 15mm overhang (I wouldn't use it). It also features a removable head shell and can be run in manual or semi-auto return mode. It also has a nice die-cast platter, but the mat feels way too hard.
Motor seems to be a bit loud when you are right up to it, but fades away as you step back. This would be a nice starter table for a kid or if you wanted to get into vinyl and not spend big bucks. I got this one for a song, and plan on keeping it for sale as I always have people calling me looking for cheap tables (cost wise). Again, I'm really impressed how well preserved this one is.