Before I get into it all, I want to thank Blackbird for allowing me to post this ad. Also, I'd like any questions to be asked in this thread, so that the answers can be seen by all who have similar questions. What we have here is a pair of vintage Ohm model F loudspeakers, and they are in complete working condition, mint throughout. On March 23, 2003, these speakers were sent to The Speaker Exchange in Tampa Florida to get re-foamed, cleaned, and to have the glue bond between the cone and the voice coil strengthened. The re-foam and the cleaning needed to be done, but please note that the re-gluing was a preventitive measure only. It is known that over time the glue that attaches the cone to the voice coil drys out and eventually needs to be replaced. This preventitive measure was done to ensure longer life, not to fix any damage on the cone or the voice coil. These speakers were purchased new on September 6th, 1980 from Channel One stereo in Sylvania, Ohio. They were bought by my father from the original owner, via Ebay, sometime in early March of this year. Here's what comes included with the speakers: 1. The original sales receipt from 1980. 2. The original users guide. 3. A letter from Ohm advertising a trade-in for a pair of Walsh 5 drivers. 4. An email from my father to The Speaker Exchange requesting the service. and 5. The receipt from The Speaker Exchange for the service (note: The re-gluing is not mentioned on the receipt, but it was done). Also mentioned on the receipt is a 2 year warranty for the service done. Size: 44" high 17 3/4 x 17 3/4" at bottom, tapering to 13 x 13" at top. It should be noted that these require a high quality, high current amplifier (at least 200 W per channel). For a very in-depth look at these speakers, please check out http://www.multimediaanswers.com/uniquespeakers.html Asking price $2500, plus shipping (will be expensive; they are nearly 100lbs each).