The nib has since been cleaned. Ink not provided, nor is the con-40 cartridge!!! Pen nib and feed will be cleaned and new Con-70 converter provided. This is a very nice example of the Custom 67, released in 1985.
The 67 was a cheaper version of the much rarer Custom 65 and was released on Pilot's 67th birthday. Similar to the Custom 74, this is a classic cigar shaped pen with a number 5 size 14k nib. This pen has a medium nib (used to write the card in the photo) and it's a pleasure to write with, it's sturdy and smooth, without any skipping and neat consistent line width.There's a little dulling to the body, and some micro scratches (the lid has some difficult to photograph scratches in the bottom half, whilst these are long they are only visible under direct light), but overall this is a very nice looking pen that still writes great. Before inking I put it through the sonic cleaner and it's had a few rinses, but I suggest giving it a quick rinse again as sometimes the residual ink can linger. I decided not to take the feed out or to do any work to it as it was already in good shape. The pen also comes with this beautiful blue pen case (if you prefer the grey please say as it can be swapped).