If you like the sound of them, look into getting them re-coned.
A few years back, I obtained a 4ohm Nemesis 410 for cheap with a couple blown drivers and made myself an 8ohm 210 with the remaining good ones. Those were Eden model 1032 drivers, 16ohm each. I never knew the real specs on them but played with a test cab until I got what I wanted.
Depending on your tone goals..they worked out quite well. I put them in a little bigger box with a lowish tuning. They sounded nothing like an XLT. They were clear.
. Sounded a little shy in the bass solo'd but slotted into a band mix nicely. I eventually traded the cab to a friend for a powered mixer. Both the cab and the mixer are still in use today.
Don't know why I just explained all that, but, look into recones. Choices are slim for decent 4 or 16ohm 10's. Aside from one or two models, the bp102 being one of them, all I could find in 4 or 16ohms were either really cheap or really expensive. Faital or B&C might have some good ones.