I saw this on one of my local FB marketplaces going for the equivalent of US$90, and grabbed it immediately. Its a rare (in my country) out-of-production early 2000s Pearl Sensitone Steel 12”x5” 8-lug snare. The guy I bought it from said his singer-wife bought it for him in Japan 2 years ago, so I suspect she got it second hand there. It’s in working condition. The batter head is toast, so I already bought a new one. The strainer is still nice and smooth but has excess oil on the joints. The reso head and the puresound snare wires are ok. The Superhoops are going into a coca-cola bath to remove the rust. The outer shell and lugs have minor dust and pitting. I’ll just buff some WD40 on them so they won’t get worse. The tension rods are not all the same length, and one of the lugs is missing gaskets, a sign that this drum has led an “interesting” life. I’ll probably just replace the odd ones with my surplus tension rods, then give them a coca-cola bath. I'm done with disassembly, and everything and will be cleaned and ready for reassembly in a few days, which should keep me entertained in-between reading my student’s final term papers. Just wish my fingers luck though, because they are going to get a coca-cola, dirt, and oil-filled beating.