Here are two of them...described as follows 1) In the foreground of the first pic and in the second pic >On this one the clear plastic is not highly yellowed except for a strip along the front side where it is starting to get those minute stress cracks...would probably crack through there but the rest of the lower portion is pretty darn transparent. >The upper hose connection is broken off flush. You might be able to rig up some sort of brass fitting inside. >THE BLACK PLASTIC TOP---on this one IS NICE!!! Mainly because I spent a few hours wet sanding and polishing it. It's dusty in the pic but it really has a nice glossy black finish...AND THERE'S NOT ANY ARMOR ALL, ETC ON IT TO "ENHANCE" ITS LOOK. 2)Second Overflow tank: >Yellowed and has a lot of fine stress cracks. Both hose outlets are there and intact. Lid has a crack on one corner. This lid was cleaned, wetsanded and shot with vinyl paint so it's not glossy like the other one. These should be fine for a driver type vehicle...definitely not a restored car (Except possibly the Black Top that I polished). PRICE: $10 + shipping for the pair.