I was lurking in a pawn shop last I visit weekly, and sitting in the corner was a cruddy old Silverface Twin Reverb. I looked at the price tag, expecting to see the usual weird pricing strategy, but $200.00... Really?... Hmmm... That internal debate lasted seven seconds. I paid up and got the heck out. I was so flummoxed I didn't even ask them to eat the sales tax! Everything points to it being a 90% plus original 1973. There have been a few minor repairs over the years, most of the caps are originals. It looks like it belonged to a local shop that does a lot of backline rentals at one point, so it probably only got what it needed to function. I haven't powered it up at all, I wanted to give it a good eyeballing before doing anything stupid. The shop I bought it from claimed it works, and their track record has been good, but at first glance it looks salvageable. Back of cabinet. It's got a pair of 16Ω Eminence OEM speakers in it, they'll probably get changed. The Groove Tubes and the rest look like they're probably original to the amp: Front of cabinet, dirty but it's all there: Complete chassis underside, dirty but intact: Power cord wiring. The polarity switch and DEATH CAP (gawd, I love that term! ) are still there. It's got a three wire cord, but that'll all have to be reworked: Under the doghouse. Hey! One cap has been changed, that'll ruin its value! The others have 1972 date codes on them: It'll be a long-ish term project. Obviously it's going to need a cap job before doing anything else. I had a Twin of about the same vintage years ago, and regret having to sell it. This one should keep that itch scratched for a while.