Long time ago i bought an old vintage original Philips X-ray photo Light Box.. It hangs to the wall and for the last 4 yrears it holds the shellf for one of my tanks light fixture.. 38cmx49cmx17cm it is still in original working order, tube lights, ballasts all is still in there since the 1950's. Looking at it already for many years i can't get the idea out of my head to make a small terrarium out of it. Replace the front panel with clear acrylic and decorate it inside with fern roots and DW etc. and plant it up. But this also means it needs to be destroyed completely and it will lose its original purpose without a turning back. As vitage X-ray lightbox it will be destroyed beyond repair. I need to water proof it, plug old and drill new holes for ventilation, Lights etc. My delimmal is?.. What is wisdom, keep it intact to preserve its original purpose. Not that it ever will have a X-ray photo life again in this digital era. But just for its value for what it is. I actulay have no clue if it ever will have any future value as collectible memorabilia. Or what the heck, destroy it, terrariumize it and give it a new other rather original life? Could give it a 2 way purpose and place a see through mirror as front panel.. Than lights on, its a terrarium, lights off it's a mirror. What do you think?... Preserve it as is.. Or take all out of the box and plant the darn thing up? ??? Either way it stays a piece of oldschool coriousa..