Thing about 100% original minty vintage amps. I see sellers post mint original 1964 Fender Deluxe Reverb amps for example. Never been touched by a soldering iron. Never serviced. Looks like it's never been played. So they charge a premium. Like lots. The seller dares not service it. He'll de-value the amp and lower his windfall. So who in their right mind buys this amp? You can't plug it in. You can't play it or enjoy it. What the heck good is it? Are there really folks out there who'll buy it and seal it up and store it? Why? Sounds kinda nuts to me. My '66 DR is near mint. I pulled the original the b+ caps. I replaced the original cathode caps. I jettisoned the original bias caps and original speaker. I stored the original pulled parts. I installed a grounded plug. I use the amp. Play it often. Why the heck would I buy one otherwise? I don't get it. I just can't wrap my head around buying virgin untouched original amp to own, for the sake of just owning it. Never using it.