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If it is the K number, there were 20,000 machines made. So, the likelihood is that there are still a lot of them around. Value is very subjective based on several things including the physical and mechanical condition, accessories included, rarity of the model, etc. FWIW, it seems that the wood cabinets really don't appear to add much, if anything, to the value.
You need a model number, not a serial number. Value depend on condition, age and general desirability of the features a given machine has. You can check Ebay to see what people are asking for them, but bear in mind, the asking price is not always what they get.