You know the saying don't go into a bar if you don't want to drink? I should stay away from pawn shops... So I walk in and there, hanging on the wall is a well worn 1995 Les Paul Special DC. The details: previous headstock break and decent repair, but not invisible. I guess it got dropped on it's side of something, because at the 16th fret, on the bass side of the fretboard, there's a dent in the board. The binding, fret and board material are slightly pushed down and there's a small chunk out of the side of the neck. Beyond that, it plays well, intonates properly, pups sound good and it's purdy - finish is lovely and I believe nitro. This definitely isn't a faded series guitar. They were asking $400 and they took $350 with a case that's decent enough for now... How'd I do? I'm not even sure what this would go for new, but I know it's more than $600. I'm guessing if I put $100-$200 into it for clean up of the board chunk and maybe even finish over the crack it'll be good as new and I won't be into all that much for what it is... Thoughts? Thanks!