tonearm to fit mysterious pre-cut plinth?


Okay, so it may not be a mystery to you (I hope), but it is to me. I picked up a KM 4001 turntable at an auction. It came without an arm, and I'd like to fit it with one. There's a pre-cut oval in the acrylic plinth, measuring (at maximum center points) 3-3/4" x 1-1/8". Any idea what arm this was cut to accomodate?

I have an MMT arm I was hoping would fit, but it would require major refitting. I don't think the table is anything particularly special, so I don't want to sink a lot of $$$ into an arm for it, but I would like something decent. Any input is welcome, and if anyone owns a KM turntable or is familiar with its intimate workings, I have a couple of tech questions I'd love to share with you... Thanks, Ben
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Soundslike the cut is for the SME arms.
It't must be for SME, does it also have two holes at each end of the oval? The M series is the least expensive model in production, I think.

http://www.sme.ltd.uk/

However the 309 and the 3009 are classics and available used here on Agon.
other brands of arms use this cutout, Graham, Triplaner
Thanks!...looks like I'm a goin' SME huntin'. Cheers, Ben