Hi, there's nothing wrong with a Technics SL-Q2.
It's a decent, quartz lock direct drive from approx 1978. Main plinth is a nice alloy diecasting with a heavy base. Don't be put off by the price, I have 3 of these, each cost only £1 (well 2 of them 0.99P each, ebay). The original cartridge (in the UK at least) was a Technics 207c sporting an elliptical stylus. These can be difficult to get and may be why the cartridge is missing. The headshell should be an alloy one, the same as that used on a SL1200.
The deck was tested in the 'Hi fi choice no 18, 1980, where the comment was made, 'The superb performance of this quite inexpensive motor was such as to defy criticism, with an astonishing 78/79 dB rumble reading', enough said.