I'm very new to the true vintage gear but I'd open admit that this is some of the most fun I've had with gear in quite some time. Part of the fun in the hunt...no warranty. It's a risk but the reward can be huge. My Pioneer is impressive on many levels. No speakers for me...just hp's ATM. Well, unless I decide to add some vintage speakers.
Vintage speakers can be a lot of fun too. I bought 3 pairs over the last year (kept two and gave one to my nephew). If all the drivers are good, then generally at most it's a re-foam of any degraded surrounds, refreshing the electrolytic caps in the crossover, and Deoxit any controls. In general, much less to go wrong or searching to troubleshoot.
These speakers are late 70's vintage
And don't forget the vintage turntable while you're at it.