I have four Fisher tube receivers from the early 1960s. As you know I rave about the great 3D sound of the Fishers of this era (do a search on "FISHER" in our hardware section). I'm keeping my 1962 500B and 800B but must part with my 1964 500C and 800C or my wife will probably part with me. The catch? Local pickup only. Come on over and take a look. I won't ship these beauties but if you want, find a local willing Forum member to ship to you. Life is too short and so is my back.. The FISHER 500C works great, in original great condition with fair cabinet (needs polishing up), right now powering my Rogers BBC LS3/5a speakers with no problem (and those are hard speakers to drive). All tubes work, restored just enough to keep it stock and still work at its best. The volume knob is slightly uneven at very low level, typical problem. Turn it up past quiet and the balance is fine. Has a few extra tubes and an extra fuse holder. Nice front panel cosmetics. Really amazing sounding unit. Lovingly maintained all of these years. The FISHER 800C is in good condition, beautiful cabinet, all manuals, even the original receipt and beat up yellow Fisher carton. A rare bird because of the AM as well as FM section. It plays nicely. Not many were sold... This came from a little old lady in San Diego that saved EVERYTHING all of these years. Never worked on but works fine as is... Just a note: Both machines: All lights work, FM works, everything works. All original tubes unless they tested weak. I didn't cream out the good tubes and leave crap in their place like vintage gear sellers. Both machines have headphone jacks. The headphone output is creamy tubey goodness. Beautiful machines, both of them. If I didn't have two others I would never sell these 3D beauties. If I could I'd keep them all.... Here is a short video of an 800C on YouTube. You can see what the thing looks like all lit up. Play the video with the sound muted: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBT_4_XuuPg&feature=related Here is a page on the Fisher 500C and 800C units: http://members.cox.net/archangele666/fisher.htm I hate to see these go but I have NO more room for toys. With three kids, two dogs, and two adults running around, even this big house is getting a little close... I paid $750.00 for the 500C and the same for the 800C. I'll sell 'em to you for the same. The price is low (these days) and if they ever need a little bit of work, you can still come out way ahead of some eBay weirdness. These sound positively amazing. Vocals come alive and I ain't kidding. They don't make them like these any more.. Two great units, ready for playing, all strong tubes, all great holographic Fisher sound. If you want one or both and you live elsewhere, find a young and strong SH Forums member who lives in So Calif. that you can bribe with CDs or vinyl to ship to you! Lemme know about these machines. I might change my mind next week!