If you've been waiting to jump into the vintage D-18 market without knocking on the five-figure doorstep, this 1958 model would make you a nice companion. It's original where it matters: the finish is untouched, and all internal structural elements are clean and intact. It's had a well-executed neck reset & refret, and plays very well with low action and a loose response. Bridge pins have been switched to ivoroid, and the tuners have been replaced with relic'd Waverly machines (original machines are not included). Priced with non-original hard case, this 1958 D-18 is a lightweight, great-sounding example of a 1950's Martin dreadnought that would be equally at home in a bluegrass band's van or a recording studio's guitar locker.