Hi again folks, it's been a while! I received a nice Marshall 1935 4x12" cabinet a couple of days ago. The speakers inside date back to May 18 1970 (EC18 date code) and all the Pulsonic cones seem original as well. It has a basketweave front cloth, metal handles and unthreaded sockets for castors. The speakers are a great example of Celestion messing up the labels: the speaker frames bear the T1511 model number code (G12M 55Hz), but the magnet covers claim the speakers are 75Hz. The latter is incorrect for sure. The cabinet came to me wired at 4 ohms and the original harness had already been long gone, so I purchased some wire and rewired it to 16 ohms, which suits my needs better. Actually the readout I get is around 11-12 on my multimeter whereas most other 16-ohm cabinets give 13-14 ohms, but I've understood that it's not totally uncommon for older speakers to show a lower impedance (ok, DC resistance, but still...) Any truth to this? I hope you speaker experts can chime in and share your thoughts, especially regarding if the cabinet is a 1970 or a 1971 - not that it really matters that much, just curious as usual. The serial number confuses me a bit, I'm sure some of you know better. The Marstran cabinet database suggests that the cabinet is a '71 since there are several thousands lower serial numbers than mine (43163) that are already marked as '71. Still, the speakers are from the first half of 1970 - so what should I call this baby? The 1935 is a bass cabinet, but it seems to work very nicely with guitar too. Actually, it sounds excellent and I'll record some clips later on. ..and if any of those rumours are true, some guitarists actually preferred bass cabinets over guitar cabinets back in the day. Any idea where I could find castors for this cabinet - and what type are they anyway? Pop-in? Here's a gallery I made: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1e73il73qx8rut9/U6Fp04oL-D Here's a pic of the cabinet with my '68 50-watt Plexi Lead. A couple of years' difference, yeah, but still a nice couple, or what do you think? Any comments are welcome, as usual!