Getting a 1966 (2x12) was on my hit list, and that is tough to do at a fair price. This clean specimen was $350 and just a 30 minute drive. I already have a 1965a (4x10) and I really wanted two of this size cab, in each speaker config for rehearsal and gigs. The 2x12 will open up options for possible speaker swaps too. This one is super clean and still stock with g12t-75s. For a 2.5 hour drive I could've gotten a seemingly well converted 1965b to 2x12 with a 75 and gk100. I thought a straight cab would be ideal, BUT, it was $400, the grill may have been messed up a bit, and it was missing a g12t-75. I like that mine was super clean, closer to home, cheaper, and stock ... even though having a straight cab would have been nice. The guy I bought from today does have a 1965b cab and said he'll call me if/when he wants to sell. No 4x12s for me. Those days are gone. These guys are easily transported and I have a Artist 3202 head which is the right fit and would only be looking at a SV/SC 20 or possibly an Origin 50 in the future.