Bought a nice Hammond A143 organ yesterday which is basically a B3 with a built in amp, speakers, and reverb. Its in great shape cosmetically. Even without a Leslie it sounds fantastic. It does have issues but at the price I got it for it is still worth it. Initially the reverb was not working. A quick check in the back revealed a tube loose in the reverb amp. I was pleased to see that it is near pristine clean inside the upper half. Also, it has all original Hammond labeled tubes. A few drawbars were not working but the wire at the end just needs soldering back on. All the tones sound rich to my ear so I dont think it need a cap job on the generator yet. Some older organs can sound dull and thats the likely culprit. Some day I will do that. The major issue with it is the key contacts. The upper half of the upper manual has sticky keys. They go down and only come halfway back. Its not working itself out by playing so its probably not just dirty. I have no idea what the problem is until I can get the manual assembly out of the organ. That requires unsoldering roughly 100 wires so this is going to take a while. Perhaps by the time I get it straightened out I will have a proper Leslie.