Here's an interesting old two-point I just got on Ebay for $100.00. I thought I got a pretty good deal!
It has a crudely-repaired headstock fracture but it seems to be structurally sound now that I've strung it up.
The back and sides are curly mahogany.
For a quick bridge I used the top half of a Gibson-style bridge with the bottom sanded flat. It turned out to be about the right height.
It's a nice sounding mando, fairly loud and punchy. I'm taking it to a session tonight to see if it can be heard above the din.
I like the asymmetrical body shape and the Fender-esque headstock.
Like the Vega cylinderback mandos, this one has a fairly deep body, about 2-3/8" at the top cant line