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2 pairs of Allison 3s, 1 pair of Allison IC-10s, 1 pair of Allison (not sure of model)

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My father passed away and my mom is moving out of the house. My father was an avid Allison speaker fan and has 4 pairs in great condition. I would really like these to go to someone who appreciates them at least for parts or using them. They are very lightly used as most of them had never been used in my father’s house and remained in boxes. Let me know if anyone would be interested in making a minimal offer (even if you just want to pay to ship them your way). The speakers are in St. Paul, MN. 4 are Allison 3s (corner style) in a cherry wood. 2 of them have crossovers in them and 2 do not. Another pair is a black pair of IC-10s with crossovers. The grills are scratched but the speakers are in great shape. The last pair is rosewood and appear to be from the Allison Acoustics company and look like the traditional Allison loud speakers but I’m not sure on the model. Let me know if you’re interested and if you need more info. I’m not an audiophile so you might have to explain thing in laymen’s terms to me. Thanks and hope someone will love these!

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Hi-Fi Sound in Mlps. does consignment including vintage gear in good condition. It could be an option for you. 

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Thanks for the heads up on Hi-Fi Sound. I’m posting pictures of all of these. The last ones are the model I am unsure about. I took one picture with the grill off in case that helps identify them.

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Sorry to hear about your Dad.

Those are very nice. Good luck!

 

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Actually now I’m curious about the IC-10s or possibly the mystery model. Could you write me at opamp8@aol.com?

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I'm a new member and new owner of CD-7's.  I would be interested in taking the Three's, but I am afraid to ask about shipping costs to send them down IH35 to Austin, Texas.

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A bit more info on the model 3s. I believe 1 pair is intact (but not sure if they are fully functioning as I have never tried to hook them up). I think the other pair might just be the cabinets, so really looking at 1 pair of speakers. And as far as shipping to TX, I  looked at an estimate online and it looks like it would be several hundred dollars. I don’t think that price would be worthwhile when I can’t guarantee the condition. Sorry, wish you were closer and I would just drop them off for you.

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46 minutes ago, Long Live Roy said:

A bit more info on the model 3s. I believe 1 pair is intact (but not sure if they are fully functioning as I have never tried to hook them up). I think the other pair might just be the cabinets, so really looking at 1 pair of speakers. And as far as shipping to TX, I  looked at an estimate online and it looks like it would be several hundred dollars. I don’t think that price would be worthwhile when I can’t guarantee the condition. Sorry, wish you were closer and I would just drop them off for you.

Indeed.  It would appear this was not meant to be.   I  have a brother-in-law in the Twin Cities area, but I don't think he has the space to store them for me indefinitely.   And, he has little ones.  Sigh....

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