A friend found a pretty well beat up bass for $400. It's only markings are a label that says " 'Durro' Buegeleison & Jacobson Inc. New York, New York", and another label saying "Made in Western Germany". It's Plywood, has a 42" string length, 44" back, 19 1/2" upper bout, 25 3/4" lower bout. The neck looks like it was bolted on at one point and the bolts countersunk and filled over in the heel of the neck. Looks like it was a student bass with initials carved in it and generally unkempt look. Kind of cool vibe though. Fingerboard needs planed, soundpost looks to be in a weird spot and the bridge is missing the bottom piece of it's treble side wing. Even with horribly dead Thomastic looking strings it seems like it may sound pretty decent in spite of all that. I'm thinking about getting it and rebuilding it. Didn't know what it was or if it was worth messing with. Any opinions?