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Ugly La Scala's for Sale $500

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Condition: "Normal Wear"

...right.

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The painted tweeter is a nice touch.

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The painted tweeter is a nice touch.

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The "ugly" of the speaker's condition speaks for itself.

 

The refrigerator-white paint screams "and don't you forget it!"

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I Agee. The ugly black La Scalas I bought from Michael Colter looked less ugly than these.

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Only listed for 10 months now. Give it some time...

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I have seen & bought some BAD ones but these - oh my - makes me kringe at the amount of work required to bring em' back to life. 

I'll take em :P  -  buck-fiddy...

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That's "normal wear" if used as patio speakers on a submarine.

If those tweeters weren't dismantled when the horns were painted white, there's a great possibility the screens are filled with paint.

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Hmmm. I usually hate to lowball people too hard but I might offer him $200 for them.

My brother is quite handy and he likes projects...

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Yikes, I thought mine were bad when I picked up a pair for $500, and they looked like new compared to those!

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Lol I like how the pictures are taken of them outside in a part of the country where it drizzles constantly for most of the year. $200 would actually be a pretty fair price and if anything you can make that up selling the parts out if needed.

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Hmmm. I usually hate to lowball people too hard but I might offer him $200 for them.

My brother is quite handy and he likes projects...

Do it. These need to be rescued 

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Hmmm. I usually hate to lowball people too hard but I might offer him $200 for them.

My brother is quite handy and he likes projects...

 

I like projects too, and I love for people to bring back and restore Klipsch speakers, but those would be a lot of work. 

 

A fair price might be one to one-fifty, and that's not a low-ball price, that is the value IMO.  Then be prepared for a looong restoration. 

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These speakers need Matt to rescue them

$$ BUCK-FIDDY $$

        :emotion-21:  :D  :emotion-21: 

         and I am in...

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I just offered him $200 for them. I will let you guys know how it goes.

I told my brother that I would pay him to restore them and he was on board. He offered to do it for free but I think these are larger than he is expecting..

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Matt,

 

Naturally, I IMMEDIATELY thought of you, but I see you are already on top of it.  Oh well, there goes another "deal".

 

Say, did send you an email a couple of minutes ago on another situation.

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