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    Becker Mexico 7948 With iPod Lead for sale at 510usd

    Started by goodnews at 05-20-12, 12:01 PM

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  2. Bwcad1

    Master of My Domain
    04-11-12 #2


    Very Nice!

  3. Chris from Washington

    Shitters full!
    04-11-12 #3


    Nice, I used to go to thrift shops all the time hoping to find good deals like that. Never got lucky though.

  4. GlassWolf

    04-13-12 #4


    actually that KEF reference 104/2 in the photo next to the Sunfire was also a thrift store find. Got a matched pair for $50. Spent about $200 restoring them, and now have a second set of $3600/pair 104/2s.. for $250. It's totally hit or miss with those places.. sometimes you find great stuff, other times, nothing but crap (more often than not.)

    I also just picked up an Alpine CD player and CD changer at one. Not sure yet what I'm going to do with those, but they're in good shape, and work fine.
    GlassWolf (aka KikiTheCat)

  5. GlassWolf

    04-13-12 #5


    the restored KEFs

    Repairing a GoodWill find sub

    Repairing a GoodWill find sub

    Repairing a GoodWill find sub

    Repairing a GoodWill find sub


    had to repair the grilles, re-cover them as well
    then replaced the floor spikes
    re-capped the crossovers inside each one
    rebuilt one of the midrange drivers with a cracked cone
    re-foamed the inner and outer surrounds on all 4 8" woofers (2 each)
    fixed some of the veneer work
    replaced the damaged black/red plastic binding posts on the backs with gold plated ones
    got em all cleaned up, and bingo.. work like new.
    GlassWolf (aka KikiTheCat)

  6. Chris from Washington

    Shitters full!
    04-13-12 #6


    good grief, when I used to go. All I would ever find were 20 year old VCR's for $50!!

  7. latoya0511

    07-24-14 #7

    Default Re: Repairing a GoodWill find sub

    I wish i could find something like this at my local goodwill. If i did it probably wouldnt work at all.
    Nice find

  8. muskrat1954

    Junior Member
    02-19-18 #8

    Default Re: Repairing a GoodWill find sub

    Hi, I moved to southern California 2 1/2 years ago and thrift store picking is good. My best find was a nakamichi tape deck, $5, at a boy scout rummage sale. I still have 50 tapes or so. I'm old. Estate sales are good for old school gear. A sunfire takes the prize, I got a bose sub for $11 that I use for tv, but a Sun fire, wow. Moving near Denver in a couple months, looking forward to picking there.

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