So, I won an auction on eBay last night for this '63 Standel Reverbalux Oil Can delay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Standel-Reverbalux-Morley-Tel-Ray-Oil-Can-Reverb-Adineko-Add-Echo-Vintage-Effect-/271815161065?nma=true&si=6YE4BTQC2%252F0TyUBLavVjMzHJL6A%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557 The seller says that it was Ray Lubow's (founder of Morley and inventor of the oil can delay), and that it was part of his estate. I don't know if that's true, hopefully it is, but I would have bought it regardless. I had an Alter Ego that had an oil can delay model and loved it so I've been watching out for a real deal unit and was happy when this one came up for bid. Anyway, there is almost literally no information on the internet about them. Can't find anything listing out their serial numbers, or anything else really beyond debate about the correct type of oil to use. I'm pretty sure I can get it repaired by Sherwood Music in Asheville, NC. They did an incredible job on my Space Echo so I think this is within the scope of their abilities. Do any of you have any experience, knowledge, or repair tips about this unit? Anything will be appreciated, thanks much! Here are a few pictures, many more on the eBay link above if that helps.