Look forward to receipt. Prognosis pending analysis. Eeeehaw... hey, the last organ I saw was a cutdown B3 on tour with a group out of North Carolina. The organist is centered in Nashville. The organ was non-functional, and I did not realize until they unloaded it...and a cutdown B3 is still a load, right?.....that they were in town only for the show that night and rolling on. He didn’t need it for the show that night...this was just past mid-afternoon. Anyway, I opened it up, found the problem underneath the felt protecting the the wheel, figured out how to deal with the situation and got the organ back into operation. Sort of surprised myself, right???, since my expertise leans toward the destruction of organs!!, lol... It was interesting to see my first cutdown, to get to work on it, and to get it going in very short order for a touring group. The stars were aligned.... And....I need to get back to convincing the tone wheel mechanism in this white-with-gold-accent A100 I have that it is supposed to go around. It sat neglected for years before I got it. Both motors are good...need to rebuild some oiling threads. It is too pretty too tear up. It looks like it could have been Played by Liberace, eh??? Plus....I knew this organ back when I was 17 and was ‘going steady’ with a girl named Tonya...sort of a Shelley Fabares look-like....yeah, I am getting older than I ever thought I would be. The organ belonged to her grandmother. I bought it at an estate sale 48 years later...and then learned the history of the organ. Sometimes, you find it hard to tear things up. This one has a French Provincial cabinet...curved legs and edges. White with gold, I tell you that you have never seen the like!!! Eeeehaw..... An A100 is a full B3 with self-contained power amp, speakers, and reverb. You don’t need a Leslie cab to run it, but it does have the connections for the Leslie unit...preamp out out thing.