Model III sled w/ telescoping post and side to side adjustment
Extra base with gutted electronics, wired for 12v
Dual Anton Bauer battery module, mounts on either base
Transvideo Cine Monitor !!!a SB, 1200nit SD w/ yoke and Anton Bauer mount
Pro(?) monitor arm
Panavision and Arri baseplates
Low mode cage plates
Thermodyne flight case (worn foam, but usable)
J box and J box to base extension cable
Compact vehicle mount kit
Manual including schematics and parts list
Original battery base assembly and monitor arm
Box o’ III spare electronics
The sled is in great shape and solid, gimbal is smooth and pans flat. There’s worn anodizing where the wrap grip clamps. Fore and aft adjustment on the top stage and base.
The original base shows little wear. The monitor is very bright and sharp, and the horizon works great.
The second base is gutted (sorry, Terry) and wired for 12v parallel. I left a wire to run 24v to pin 3 on the J-box if you want to do that.
The battery module is two diode and 10A breaker switch protected AB mounts and solidly mounts to either base.
Total weight with gutted base, monitor and no batteries (as pictured) is about 12 lbs
It comes with the compact vehicle mount kit that seems unused. The assembly instructions were still inside one of the tubes!
Not sure if the monitor arm is a PRO, maybe an old version. It does flip for low mode the same: with two registration pins to keep it solid.
A great starter sled or backup / big rig sled.
You are welcome to try it out in the LA area, but if you aren’t around 6’5 and 200 lbs, you’ll need to bring a vest.