Decided to rebuild a pair of KEF 103.2 that were given to me. These were built in England in the early 1980s and since the woofers use a butyl surround they are not susceptible to foam rot. One cabinet has badly damaged corners and the other some swelling on the top panel likely due to moisture, so I'll have to rebuild the corners and replace the top veneer which is walnut. (Thank you KEF for maintaining a database on vintage product!)\n\nI hooked these up to my Denon AVR and they still sound very nice. A little soft in the high frequencies (just need a bit of eq) but they are very pleasant to listen to with good bottom end for a bookshelf. Plan to give these to my daughter if they turn out ok. I've posted some photos before but I am including all photos to be complete for reference. You can see the damaged corners. The woofer is dusty but otherwise in great shape. The other woofer lost a little lamination on the cone and has a small dimple in the dome tweeter but it's just cosmetic.\n\nThe binding posts were pretty crappy back then. Very close together to use bare stranded wire and difficult to tighten. The hole is too small to replace them without routing out a larger opening. Will need to make some cables with banana plugs to go with these.\n\nTop panel veneer is raised likely due to moisture so I will need to rout out the top inset veneer to a depth for new veneer.