This thread is for vintage catadioptrics from smaller companies, ATM kits, and anywhere else y'all have found them. I've owned several, but this midget MCT got me thinking about these scopes...
1960s Chromatar 60 (Hutson Corporation, Texas):
This MCT spotter is in overall excellent condition. Eyepieces thread in, were made in Japan, and are among the prettiest I've seen. Focus is similar to a C90: The front section rotates. The rear section has a relatively large 45* prism system. There's a standard 1/4-20 threaded hole in the base behind the mirror cell for mounting on a photo tripod. The case is fancy: Exterior is furniture-grade brown Naugahyde faux leather; interior is a color-coordinated soft felt-like fabric; the deep pocket on the right is for the scope; the left side probably held a tabletop tripod, and it has 2 padded pouches for eyepieces / accessories.
I just got the scope today, so my first views are terrestrial. Fields are brighter than I expected for an MCT. Eye-relief (w/o my reading glasses) is at least 30mm -- a good thing for a spotting scope. Optics & mechanics are much better than average for a 60mm spotter. I will be testing it against my outstanding Takahashi FC-50 F8 fluorite APO as soon as the weather cooperates.