Seller: lebonmarchenow (1,577) 100% , Location: Los Angeles, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 261111577842 Please check out all the detailed pictures and full description for this estate sale find! Hi Everybody! PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM WAS ORIGINALLY LISTED AS 261110475413 . ATTEMPTS TO ADD PHOTOS TO THE AUCTION FOR CLARITY WERE NOT ALLOWED BY THE EBAY SYSTEM. I ENDED THAT AUCTION AND RELISTED HERE TO ALLOW THE BUYER TO HAVE ALL INFORMATION THAT I HAVE AVAILABLE. Thanks for looking! This is an estate sale find. The owner was heavily into electronics, music and musical instruments. This unit is in the original box and original packing styrofoam. I do not have any way to test it. It lights up when plug it in and I hear an automatic fan-like sound that comes on smoothly when it was powers up. I had several questions about the interior and I have added numerous shots to show its condition. I discovered one sheared screw in the back corner as noted in the new pictures. Please ask any specific questions and I will be happy to answer them to the best my limited knowledge. This unit weighs 52.9 lbs in its original packing case. LOCAL PICK UP IS VERY WELCOME AND LOCAL DELIVERY CAN BE ARRANGED. Cheers! Hi Everybody… most of the treasures we offer are finds from local estates. All treasures are offered as-is and as-found. Condition is described in detail and any great extremes in condition will be noted in the item’s description. We take large and numerous pictures for clarity and your inspection. LOCAL PICK UP IS ALWAYS WELCOME (you may also pay in person; valid ID required). We’re very good at packing safely and we ship as soon as possible. Complicated or fragile things may take us a bit longer to pack safely; your patience is appreciated. California residents must pay sales tax unless the completed resale exemption form from the BOE website accompanies your payment. Payment is expected immediately; nonpayment after 4 days invokes EBAY’s nonpaying bidding process automatically. Please email with specific questions. Shipping is happily combined. Thanks for looking. Mark us a favorite and be sure to visit regularly to see what treasures we have found for you! This is the sheared top of the screw (the screw head is missing) on the back left corner. Please note. _gsrx_vers_476 (GS 6.4.4 (476)) On Oct-12-12 at 12:35:40 PDT, seller added the following information: I received a question with some interesting information which I decided to add to this auction: QUESTION: Thanks for the pictures. I really wanted a picture looking straight down from above. Not so close up so I could see all the way to the bottom. You mentioned a fan like noise when turned on. Is there a fan?Please, again, do BOTH CHANNELS WARM UP ENEMLY WHEN LEFT ON FOR AWHILE? I think this is an early early 45/45 as driver stage is on pc boards and output stage is point to point wired. I had a 45/45 years ago that had driver and outpuy stage together on pc boards plus a pc board for power supply. The Classic 100/100 and Classic 200/200 that came after the 801/801/803 series had pc boards for the driver stage and pt to pt for the output stage. They were supposed to sound a little better than the 800 series however I could not tell much difference. So, is there a fan and do both channels warm evenly??? Yes this is a prototype 45/45 as later amps had pc boards for driver/output stages and a third pc for the power supply with discrete diodes and split transformer(two)supply as well.Thanks. RESPONSE: Hi again, I have attempted to attach an interior picture straight down to this email in the eBay system. So far, no luck. If you do not receive it, please provide a real email address and I’ll happily send it to you. As for your questions, I left this unit on for about an hour. Both channels warm up evenly and consistently when left on. There is no fan; the sound I hear when I turn it on comes from the center piece in the front of the unit with the “copper” colored square in the center as pictured. The unit ran smoothly and without any obvious issues for that hour. Thank you for your wonderful input. It’s great to hear from someone that has additional information about THIS PROTOTYPE model.