I've finally tracked down another flatback SVT cabinet. The one I had 10 years ago was in great shape but had replacement drivers that sounded horrible. I traded it away. Playing in a new, loud, band required more air to be moved. I used the 8x10 at the studio for awhile, it was sufficient but from the "dark" period of construction (dark speakers and OSB). So I knew an 8x10 would be enough and started searching for a squareback that needed attention, to match my early 70's SVT. I didn't want a pristine cab because I will be moving it and I have a new love for Duratex after doing 2 1x15 cabs that turned out pretty cool. I didn't even care if it came with original drivers because I planned on getting new Eminence B810's. Well, this one is beat up and it has 7 original drivers. Not bad. I plugged in expecting the speakers not to cut it volume wise. Well, I think they will. It does sound really good. I'll have to try it at practice volume to be sure. I have one concern that maybe you guys can help with. The uppermost, top, the part where the cups are for the head, is separating a little and does make some rattling noise when the lowest notes are played. If I play, say, in drop d and hit the low d there is rattle but I can push on the top of the cab and it goes away. So, how should I go about fixing this? PL Premium glue squirted in there and then clamp? On to the before pics. I'm not sure the grill cloth is original, but it's old, I don't know about the frame either, seems like the inside corners should be rounded. But I will strip it and apply Bondo, sand and Duratex it. I will get new 70's blue cloth and maybe a new middle handle, it's been repaired. Oh, I haven't taken out a speaker to date it because I couldn't find a clutch head bit yet.