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LaScala Cabinets for $100 in Milwaukee

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Not mine, but I work about 3 miles from there.  I did a quick analysis of what it would cost to load these up with all new components, and it would be about $1400.  So probably less if you were patient and waited for parts to show up on the used market.  It's tempting, but I just bought Cornwalls and certainly don't have the space for two sets of humongous cabinets!

 

http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/ele/5737795351.html

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3 minutes ago, ZEUS121996 said:

Cool, nice grab. There might be extra cloth for grills if you're interested.

Mark

 

I have had my eye on something else, thank you for the offer though.

 

Need to do my Chorus II's as well, along with selling some things to make room for new stuff.

 

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Those look to be in good shape. Now you can use those tweeters... :D

 

Bruce

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One or two panels are scratched up but this is minimal work for me.

 

Yes, new tweets will be used in these. The other project will be put on hold for future uses.

 

Still need crossovers and woofers but no big deal there, now i can get the Downfiring THTLP and these in the right room for best sound.

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Picked these up yesterday.

 

Cabinets have scratches that can be easily sanded out and plywood is in good shape so no repairs needed.

 

Came with 2 clean lazer badges.

 

May just put a coat of clear finish on them after sanding and be done with them.

 

 

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FWIW.....I was next in line.....I'm glad you got them!!  Photos please.....

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Cabinets ready for sanding and a bit of love.

 

Tags are removed and cleaned up.

 

One corner on the bottom has a chip, little ding on top of the other and the rest is just sanding out old scratches.

 

Going lighter as Birch can be a bit splotchy looking and these are no exception.

 

Not bad but it will be better.

 

THTLP will get Birch and same finish to match as a set.018.JPG

 

 

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Awesome. Please share the process/method/products used in the refurb process!

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On 8/24/2016 at 1:42 PM, BamaMike said:

Awesome. Please share the process/method/products used in the refurb process!

Seconded. How are you removing the labels and preserving them?

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