Preamp with a few none original knobs..pretty tidyPower amp looks very neat all originalPreamp board Good mans speakers not original to this amp but will work wellDust cover coming awayGlued and clamped!The cab has original Croc skin cover and grill cloth.. but needs some work 😉Hole in the top of the cab before fillingHole filled ready for a new handleSpeakers fitted on the original 2BA mountsBefore caps changed and wiring tidiedNew power supply and decoupling capsHad to install an extension speaker jack socket as the other connector fell apart.. This is for a 16 Ohm extensionNew socket fittedPreamp before cap changesRemoving the triple cap and replacing it with a dual capThird cap added under switch bankPower tubes back in waiting for some juice! Look at those lovely irons.. nice and big!Preamp all cleaned and ready to test!All up and running and after a few soldering joints checked she was sounding great and the trem was running well. Really very little hum at all!Preamp back in!New handle added (not vintage but good and functional!)New 4BA screws in the base also new cups!neat!Power amp! lovely Irons! this one barely hums at all unlike the Zodiac MK II and Thunderbirds I recently worked onPower amp firmly screwed inBack panels (none original) back on with some new screwsTrying to show the winking eye and massive red power light (no flash) This amp is a great relic with a great sound! Another Selmer on the bench, this one was a little tatty but after some work on both the power amp and preamp she was up and running again. The case also needed work. She is left in a good working order and sounding sweet!