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  1. Also, the beautiful house I grew up in with the fabulous 1100 sqft acoustic family room is in the process (since Monday) of being leveled. They should be done today or tomorrow to make way for 5 houses. The end of a legacy and part of my life since 1967. I'll post a before and after pic soon. Thanks again to CaptnBob for your latest info.
  2. Hi everyone! Sorry it has been a while. The Patrician is safely stored and life goes on around me. I was kind enough to have a local expert come by. Drum roll please... It is a standard factory built Patrician IV! I'll have to go back and ask about T-35 vs T-350, as he didn't answer that. What he did do was hooked it up to some device that went through the frequency spectrum and we were very excited when there were no skips or breaks. Of course, I had figured that since they were working perfectly the last I had the pleasure of using them. I did get a reasonable offer. But, he did say they are worth more than double that to the right overseas buyer. I'm not sure I want to get into that. So, I haven't decided what to do yet. My life has been busy with our business and preparing for our twins' hs graduation.
  3. Wow, time flies! I'm glad to say my son is in his replacement vehicle and we've wrapped that adventure up. I'll be back onto this one shortly. Thanks, everyone, for for patience. :-)
  4. Wow John, this is great history and information. It's so sad that the products caused so many problems. My unit is almost definitely factory built. I don't think the kits used this style cabinet. When I get down to storage, I will look on the back and cross my fingers. Thank you.
  5. I'm not sure is feel the jeep would hold up in a second crash. Thankfully, it was totaled per AmFam rollover policy.
  6. Nope. Didn't start to roll by hitting the curb. He was in the far left lane, changed lanes into a car in his passenger blind spot. As the car was hit toward the left, he corrected to the right, of course, and the car began to roll between the middle and far left lane, from what I was told. It did a one and a half. The final half is where it might have hit the curb and continued to roll up to its final resting spot. But, not sure. Supposedly, he bounced into the curb, all moving in a forward path. Love your comments. Do you reconstruct accidents or are you an adjuster?
  7. Thank you Randy! Another incredible piece of information I learned in this forum.
  8. It's a Liberty. 2011 40k. No extra wide tires. Airbags did not deploy. Not sure if that was right or wrong. But, he walked (crawled) out of there fairly unscathed. Thank goodness he automatically wears his belt! Thanks Ceptorman. Yes, it was the most frightening moments in my life until I saw and hugged him.
  9. Thanks! I will try to change it right now. I am using Tapatalk for the forum. So, if it doesn't work, I'll go into my laptop into the klipsch forum to do it. Thank you! As for Sam, remember, this is the boy who made a driving mistake. Lol. Yes, great idea. Sadly, I know no-one living who knew about this speaker. My folks are both gone. But, remember, no - one ever opened that second built in cabinet that surrounded it, as far as I can remember, until I did a couple years ago. So, no - one knew what was back there. We always talked about the components we did know about. But, even then, I don't know any specialist for the juke box and reel to reel either. Besides a flat and Phillips, and a hammer, could someone please tell me what I should take to storage. You bet, I will take a lot of photos. I'll post a few of the other equipment for fun. Thanks again Jim!
  10. This is not a Patrician... But, it was infinitely more important to me, as is my child who was driving it.
  11. Thanks Sheltie Dave. I wish I had an 800! I'm not sure what vibe you are talking about. I can tell you, I wouldn't hire just a carpenter to open it. I'd prefer to do it myself than to go that route. The risk of them not knowing how fragile this may be would scare me. Can you please give me contact names and numbers and allow me to speak to the locals? I'm not the best at communicating via typing, although I try my best. If I could change the title to this thread to Patrician IV, I would. I like the full running history, so I'd prefer to not start another. I grew up listening to this, not being a collector. So, please have a little patience as I learn from all of you, work full time, take care of my family (my son rolled his vehicle last weekend when he changed lanes into a blind spot and I am blessed he walked out OK), and so on. In addition, storage is about 20 miles away from me. What are the exact tools I should bring with me when I go? Thanks again, Andrea
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