jfjacques Posted October 30, 2016 Share Posted October 30, 2016 Hi Folks - Went to a moving sale today and picked up a pair of KLF30s, they are medium oak and cabs are probably 5/10 they have a few water stains/marks on top some chips but I think some of it will clean up OK. The grilles are bad - the frames are OK but in my opinion not worth saving, just re-do. The guy let me test them all of teh drivers seemed to work fine, he did confirm that he had some cabinet rattle issues and he had put in corner blocks but in rookie fashion as he pointed out the screws are exposed from outside of the cabinet. I am debating what to do wtih these - my intention was to fix them and sell towards something in the heritage line, I really would like Cornwalls some day. Do I leave as is and use or sell as beaters, do i invest in a better less visible cabinet fix/glue and new grill cloth, etc? what do these realistically go for? I know parting them out would be an option too but I don't know I could stomach doing that knowing they have potential. Thanks for any info you can provide. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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