Thought I'd share pics of the progress I'm making on my 5E3 tweed Deluxe clone, which is my first foray into amp building. This is not a kit. I sourced all the parts out from various suppliers... Allen Amplification: TP40D & TO22 power and output trannys, F&T 22uf 500V caps, Alpha pots, Carling switches, Switchcraft jacks, ceramic power and rectifier tube sockets, .22 gauge solid tinned PVC wire, other misc. parts; Antique Electronics Supply: 36" x 64" tweed cabinet covering (not shown) Bluesboy Amps (out of business): Finger-jointed pine cabinet with 1x10 baffle board (enlarged to 1x12); dblittlea-w (Ebay store): 4 large rubber feet (not shown); Hoffman Amps: Mallory and Sprague caps, carbon comp resistors; Home Depot: pine stock for homemade back panels, various nuts/bolts/screws/washers; Weber: 5E3 stainless steel chassis with tagboard and brass grounding plate, 12" Sig alnico speaker. Here's some pics of the completed chassis. Sorry the pics aren't any bigger (blame the low-budget camera)... Before and after shots of the cabinet, which has not been covered in tweed yet: Before... Hoping to apply the tweed to the cabinet this coming weekend. Might stain the inside of the cabinet as well.