I bought a 1962 Voigtlander Vito CLR on Ebay last week for £22. So far it seems a very capable camera.
2.8/50 'Lanthar' lens. (The version with the Skopar lens is more desirable but harder to find) f2.8 to f22.
Built in metering (needle match).
Prontor LK between the lens leaf shutter (so it is very quiet).
Speeds: B 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250 and 1/500.
Film speeds: 10 ASA (!) to 800 ASA.
Coupled rangefinder focusing from 3.5 feet to infinity.
PC connection and flash sync at all speeds from 1/15 to 1/500.
Cable release socket.
Dimensions are W= 5 1/8", H=3 1/4", D=2 7/8" (W=130mm x H=82mm x D=72mm).
Find a good one and you've got a very solid little camera.
Attached is a test shot I took last week. I messed up the development, but as you can see its a good lens.