As part of a trade I just did I got a 1961 Brown Princeton. The catch is I only got the chassis. The amp needs some work to get it back to it's former glory but judging by the sweet sounds it's making just sitting in my amp cradle it should be killer. I'll get rid of those filter caps and replace the can like should have been done in the first place. It could really use a complete tear down and rebuild but I don't really want to alter it any more than what has already been done. Now, the real point of this post. I need to build a cabinet but I can't find any sort of consensus, on the net, about what size the cabinet should be. Most people say its the same as a BF Princeton/Princeton Reverb but based off of the width of the chassis (17.25") that's not possible. So what I really need is someone with a 6G2 to take some measurements of their cabinet for me. What I'm looking for would be the inside(A) and outside(B) width and overall height(C) ,not counting the feet, of the cab. Also the depth of the cabinet at the bottom of the cab(D), bottom of the chassis(E) and top of the cabinet(F). I've included a drawing to help illustrate the dimensions I'm talking about. Once I nail down the correct dimensions of an actual 6G2 cab I'll do a complete build thread on making a reproduction Fender cabinet. It would be a great addition to this new section of the forum.