It's funny what some folks give you when they find out you're still doing "film" photography. My brother-in-law mentioned he had a Hasselblad left to him by a cousin, but not working if I would be interested in tinkering with it, I was welcome to it. My brother-in-law is strictly a digital user.
So, with the name Hasselblad, figured it was at least worth a drive over there. Turns out it's a 1000F w/Zeiss Sonnar 3.5 135MM. Not exactly the darling of the Hasselblad family. Turns out it works fine, or appears to. He just didn't know how to cock the shutter. Lens has been covered with a haze filter so the glass is in good shape. The interior is clean. The only cosmetic defects are some very slight corrosion on some edges of the chrome trim and some of the leatherette covering is loose on some corners.
One of these days I'll give it a try. Getting use to stopping down the diaphragm is going to be interesting. I wonder how many times I'll forget?