Hey folks, A few weeks ago I picked up this '58 Princeton amp and as you can see there are some issues. I was planning on having it recovered (original tweed was stripped by a previous owner...) but I kinda like the way it looks bare vs recovering it. There is a lot of residue glue still on it that would need to be sanded off, but I don't think that's too much of a big deal. Here's a list of the good and bad about it for consideration: The Good: -Original chassis, transformers, tube sockets, wiring, pots, etc... -i just replaced all the filter electrolytics with F&T's, and a three prong cord, amp is quiet and sounds good. -Hardware is all original and there except for two of the speaker retaining bolts (different diameter for some reason...) -Original handle (I think, based on photos of other original '58's I've seen) -The cab looks to be original to the chassis and is in good solid condition -The model label is in pretty good condition. The Bad: -Tweed stripped off -I don't think the speaker is original -Speaker baffle looks to be original but has modern reproduction cloth on it -Baffle was cut to accomodate a "10 speaker (I think, not exactly sure when they went to 10" from 8"..) -The back panels are gone, I've got some mojo tone replacements coming without the tweed applied If I go the route of not having the amp re-tweeded. If it were you what would you do with this at this point? I'm really leaning toward no covering, finding a late 50's 10PQ or R and an original period correct grill cloth and calling it a day.