The usual Rolleiflex repair guys might
not touch one of the old Standards. In
addition to the folks above, you might
ask Paul Ebel, the Rolleiflex tech with
whom I entrust my own Rolleiflexes:
The recommendation for Ken Ruth is
well-advised. Also, you might try
Frank Marshman in Virginia:
Frank restored a 1930-vintage
Voigtlander Superb TLR for David
Goldfarb several years ago, which
I now own and shoot -- the work
was quite good, and the Superbs
are rarer than the old Standards.
Thanks, I'll start tracking them down later today and see who might be interested. If it wasn't that this is the first model it wouldn't really be worth fixing, but it is one of the very first and I expect it to be somewhat rare by now.