I have the stereo Chorus 212. Bought it brand new in 1990. The version you are looking at has an extra tone control in the drive channels then mine has.
If the amplifier is completely operational it is worth the money. I spent $720.78 new for it in 1990. If you look at it in peices, it is definitely worth the money. Two scorpion speakers will cost around $200.00.
If you like Chorus it has a nice sound. Also, the digital reverb that is built into the amp sounds wonderful. The distortion channel can become a bit over saturated (Peavey SuperSat+ circuit). if you let it. I like the clean channel alot on this amp. It is currently the only solid state amp that I have and the clean channel is why I keep it.
I think the SC212 is one of the Peavey bargins in the used market at the moment.
I agree with Cincy...if you have a chance try it first, it may not be your cup of tea.
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Peavey stuff I have: Masterpiece 50, Custom Shop 212, Stereo Chorus 212, T-60, T-40, Signature Select, Odyssey II Prototype, Generation Custom EXP, Firenza P90-ACM, VB-2, Stomp Boxes, Radial Pro 1000, lots of mics, etc...