Hey there, I recently bought a 75' Gibson Ripper off eBay and it didn't come with an original Gibson HSC, it came with an old beaten' up case. At first it's only purpose was to secure the shipping process. It turns out that the case is an old Rickenbacker case but still quite usable! There are some little issues thought. One of the key latch piece is missing so one of the locks is completely non-functionnal. The other one works OK, but I figured that if I'd replace one, I'd be better off replacing both. I've looked over the internet and found out that the locks seems to be Cheney locks. I've found reissues of that model on eBay, dimensions seems alright but it's not the exact same lock design. Anyone knows of a place where I could find these on internet besides eBay? eBay - New & used electronics, cars, apparel, collectibles, sporting goods & more at low prices The other issue is the interior. Since the case was made for a Rick, someone cut out the interior body foam to fit a Ripper Body. Aesthetically, it's not the best job but it works. I'd like to restore that interior also, anyone knows where to find the raw materials for that? I guess I could find a square piece of foam that I'd cut out to fit the Ripper's shape. The main ingredient missing here is the plushy-like material covering the foam. Any ideas? As anyone ever had experience in restoring vintage cases? Any pointers or tips? Here's a quick shot of the exterior, I'll take more pictures soon.